|Distance||21 miles (34 km)|
|Average coach duration||44 min|
|Average coach ticket price||£5 (€5)|
Coaches from Stirling to Glasgow cover the 21 miles (34 km) long route taking on average 44 min with our travel partners like Megabus. There are direct coach services available. You can get the cheapest coach tickets for this journey for as low as £5, but the average price of coach tickets is £5. Travellers depart most frequently from Stirling and arrive in Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station.
Coach passengers can journey from the medieval town of Stirling to the city of Glasgow in well under an hour. With five direct daily services, most options for travel are in the late afternoon and evening, but there are a few coaches in the middle of the day too.
Only National Express is currently providing a regular coach service between these two towns in Scotland.
The coach ride between Stirling and Glasgow usually takes 44 to 45 minutes. This figure is reliably consistent across all times of day and days of the week.
Five coaches run from Stirling to Glasgow per day, the earliest just before noon and the last about a half hour before midnight. There are no departures during most of the afternoon, but a total of three in the evening. It's the same on Saturday, while on Sunday there are only 4 coaches with the first departing in the early afternoon.
Departure bus station:
Coaches to Glasgow set off from Stirling bus station on Goosecroft Road, which is open long hours seven days a week. It has a cafe/diner (closed on Sundays) and a waiting area. It's right next to the railway station, which has a taxi rank. Exiting to south of the station takes passengers to a row of bus stops offering local services. On the other side of Goosecroft Road is the main shopping district, with an eclectic blend of antique shops, charity shops and restaurants of many flavours, as well as the Stirling Arcade.
Arrival bus station:
Coaches from Stirling arrive at Glasgow Buchanan bus station on Killermont Street. Open 24 hours a day, this is a hub for National Express coaches for a wide variety of locations, not only Edinburgh and Aberdeen but also London Victoria, Bournemouth, Plymouth and Blackpool (during the summer). In addition, there are Citylink coaches to Inverness, Dundee, Belfast and other wide ranging destinations. In the meantime, local First bus routes run to Paisley, Torrance, Hamilton and elsewhere. Glasgow Buchanan also supports the Nextbike cycle hire scheme, with racks placed alongside two of the station entrances.
When taking a coach from Stirling, you have a couple of coach stations you can depart from including Stirling, Gooscroft Bus Station, Stirling, Forth Valley College (Drip Road) and Stirling, St Ninians Roundabout. When you arrive in Glasgow, your coach can arrive in coach stations including Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station and Glasgow, Hampden Park.
Omio customers travelling this route book their coaches from Stirling to Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station.
Passengers board their coach most frequently from Stirling and travel around 0.1 miles (152 m) from the city centre to this coach station.
Passengers travelling this route most often arrive at Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station and need to travel approximately 0.3 miles (457 m) from the coach station to the city centre in Glasgow.
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