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Glasgow Written Directions

By Car
Travelling from the East on the M8 exit at Junction 18 signposted Charing Cross (exit is on the right). Stay in the left hand lane, bearing left at the traffic lights onto Sauchiehall Street. Proceed along Sauchiehall Street to the T Junction at the pedestrian zone and turn right into Blythswood Street. Take the second possible left turn into West George Street.  Number 175 is three blocks down on the right.

Travelling from the West on the M8 exit at Junction 19 signposted City Centre. Proceed along Bothwell Street and turn left at the second set of traffic lights into West Campbell Street. Go straight through the next set of traffic lights over St Vincent Street. Turn right at the next set of lights into West George Street. 175 is 200 yards on your right.

There are two public car parks situated nearby our offices:
GCC Sauchiehall Street on Bath Street
Q Park on Waterloo Street

By Train
Glasgow Central
Turn left out of Glasgow Central Station onto Gordon Street. Turn right into Hope Street. Continue up Hope Street to junction with West George Street. You will see a restaurant called Pulcinella across the road on the left. Cross at the traffic lights and continue up West George Street. 175 is on the left as you go up the hill.

Glasgow Queen Street
Exit station at Buchanan Street Underground exit turn left as you come out of the station. Continue walking straight ahead past Nelson Mandela Place onto West George Street. At the junction between West George Street and Hope Street cross at the traffic lights, Pulcinella restaurant should be facing you. Continue up West George Street and 175 is on the left as you go up the hill.

By Underground
Exit Buchanan Street Station at Queen Street Station exit and then follow Glasgow Queen Street directions as above.

By Air
Glasgow International Airport is approximately 8 miles away. Public buses depart from covered stands in the front of the terminal building. There are regular services to Glasgow city centre operated by Citylink and Fairline and all services have drop off points around the city centre including close to Glasgow Central and Queen Street railway stations. Alternatively you can take a taxi from the airport which usually costs about £15.
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