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Glasgow

Glasgow Marriott Glasgow is a great place and we really hope delegates get a chance to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city. You can find loads of information on the Glasgow marketing board webpages and we are always happy to help with any queries you might have.

Our hosts for the 2014 conference are Marriott Glasgow (500 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8RR). Situated in the heart of Glasgow, near to local amenities and travel links, the hotel will provide an excellent venue for our day programme.

Getting to Glasgow

Our colleagues at Glasgow marketing have some great information and links about travelling to the city on their website at:

www.peoplemakeglasgow.com/getting-here/

You should find many direct flights to Glasgow from other UK locations, and some international airports, which are both cheaper and quicker than other modes of transport.

If you are travelling on a Virgin UK line, it might be worth you checking out the offers on Megatrain, which often have some useful deals on train fares between major cities. Finally, if you want to reduce your overall train fare, you can try splitting your ticket between stops on the route using the website www.splityourticket.co.uk.

Staying in Glasgow

Our venue is centrally situated and easily within reach from a number of hotels and hostels within the city. For an excellent guide to accommodation available with links to websites and phones numbers, please use the Glasgow marketing board website.

Things to do in Glasgow

We will have a packed programme of conference sessions, networking events and excursions for you, but there are also many great places to visit in Glasgow and its environs. You can find some useful information on the Glasgow marketing website, and some links below to some of the cities great places…

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