At the heart of Scotland, Glasgow is undoubtedly one of Europe’s most dynamic and liveliest cities an is renowned for its hospitality.
The city has been transformed from its roots in industry and as a sea-port, into a multi-cultural and cosmopolitan centre, with a diverse collection of artwork in galleries and museums, and a vibrant nightlife, in fact something to suit everyone’s taste.
Focus 2010 will be held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC).
Glasgow Tourist Information Enquiries:
Tel: +44 (0) 141 566 0800 or visit www.seeglasgow.com
For detailed information on travel to the venue please visit the SECC website: www.secc.co.uk/attend/how-to-get-here.aspx
Arriving by Air
Glasgow can be easily accessed by air. Glasgow International Airport is located just eight miles (13 kilometres) west of Glasgow city centre. Airlines also fly into Prestwick and Edinburgh airports, both approximately 1 hour from Glasgow. For further information about the airports, please visit the following website: www.baa.co.uk for Glasgow and Edinburgh airports and www.gpia.co.uk for Prestwick Airport.
Glasgow is served by two main railway stations, Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central Station. Both stations have frequent services to locations such as Edinburgh (45 minutes) and to other destinations in Scotland, or to the south and to London (5 hours). National Rail information can be found on: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
The SECC has a number of car parks located on site. Please note that the SECC is currently undergoing a large redevelopment which has resulted in all car parking now being located at the rear of the building. Parking currently costs £5.00 per day.