We are proud to announce that the European Geothermal PhD Days (EGPD) 2023 will be hosted in two of the collaborating universities: the University of Glasgow and University of Strathclyde, both located in Glasgow. The two venues are located in central Glasgow, at a walking distance of 40 min, 15 min using the subway and about 20 min by bus.
Only 40 min away from the capital Edinburgh , a city full of history, whiskey shops and hills to climb, Glasgow is a beautiful, dynamic and cultural not-to-be-missed city . You can here find general information on travel and accomodation , including how to get there . If you land in Edinburgh, the Citylink AIR Glasgow Service 900 bus will take you directly from the airport to Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus Station which takes around 1 hour. From Edinburgh Waverley station in the city center, trains running every 30 minutes will take you to Glagow Central Station or Queen Street. The Glasgow Convention Bureau tells you everything you need to know about how to plan your visit and the activities Glasgow offers, including trips and tours , museums and the best places to eat and drink in Glagow . And while you're here, why not visit Scotland as a whole !
Hotel and Accommodations
We recommend you to book your accomodation via the Glasgow affiliated booking.com website .
Examples of hotels located between the venues and close to the city cente are listed below.