Car Hire at Glasgow Central Train Station
Address & Contact DetailsGlasgow Central Train Station, 70 Lancefield Street, Glasgow, G3 8JD. Tel: 03445446064
Find your perfect car hire at Glasgow Central Train StationGlasgow’s rich history and unique culture make it one of the most popular cities to visit in Scotland. After arranging your Avis hire car at Glasgow Central Station, you’ll be ready to explore all that this fascinating city and its spectacular surroundings have to offer. With the freedom to drive, endless possibilities await you on the roads ahead.
When you arrive at Glasgow Central Train Station Avis would ask you to transfer to our city centre location at 70 Lancefield Street, Glasgow by taxi or tube. Your rental car will await you there and Avis will refund the cost of the transfer journey to you. Glasgow Central Train Station and 70 Lancefield Street, Glasgow are a short distance apart. Please advise the Rental Sales Agent and present your receipt and they will arrange the refund for you.
Glasgow travel features and guides
Plan your journey from Glasgow Central Train StationAn array of intriguing architecture and interesting sights are located in the city centre – just a stone’s throw away from Glasgow Central Train Station.
Wandering along the bustling Buchanan Street is a must if you’re after some retail therapy. The ultra-modern Buchanan Galleries are widely regarded as the city’s best shopping centre.
Take time out at the historic Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street to enjoy afternoon tea in authentic art deco style. Designed by renowned Glaswegian artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the early 20th century, these tearooms still boast many of the eye-catching original features.
Drive out to Glasgow’s trendy West End district from the city centre via Argyle Street to see cultural sites like the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. View the stunning Victorian houses and leafy roads that characterise this picturesque neighbourhood and head to Byres Street to find independent shops, traditional pubs and an artsy cafe culture.
Popular with Glasgow’s students, there’s an impressive variety of restaurants in this area too, serving both local and international cuisine. The West End is also home to the Glasgow Botanic Gardens – a public park and arboretum featuring several magnificent 19th century glasshouses filled with rare plants and decorative features.
There’s plenty to see and do in Glasgow and the best way to experience all the city has to offer is by car. Discover Scotland’s largest city in style and comfort.
Beyond GlasgowDriving in the regions surrounding Glasgow is a real privilege, with an abundance to see and do. Simply get behind the wheel of your rental car and drive to a host of eye-catching locations with ease. From bustling towns to areas of outstanding natural beauty, you can see it all on day trips from Glasgow.
Glasgow is a gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Located just a 45-minute drive north from the city centre, you can go from cosmopolitan life to serene loch-side scenery in no time. Besides boasting spectacular views, Loch Lomond is the place to try outdoor activities such as canoeing, cycling, horse riding and wildlife watching. The mountainous terrain is also ideal for hiking and climbing.
Scotland’s capital city is only one hour away via the M8. Brimming with iconic landmarks, like Edinburgh Castle and the National Museum of Scotland, this quaint, medieval city offers plenty for visitors to do. Following the Royal Mile from the castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official Scottish residence, is a must-do activity.
This historic cobbled thoroughfare and the surrounding streets are filled with sightseeing opportunities including Edinburgh Cathedral and the Writer’s Museum. Take a tour of the Real Mary King’s Close, a warren of medieval streets that are hidden underground after being built over in the 18th century.
With an Avis rental car in Glasgow, the city and beyond is within your reach. The only question to ask yourself now is, where to next?