The congress venue is the SEC – Scottish Event Campus. The SEC is located just 10 minutes from Glasgow City Centre, easily reached by train, taxi or foot.
Located on the banks of the iconic River Clyde delegates can enjoy some Scottish fresh air between sessions and explore the surrounding area by foot or with the Glasgow city ‘Next’ Bikes that will be available for delegates to use. Don’t forget to keep moving during the Congress #motionforlife
Next bikes and information on cycling in Glasgow: www.nextbike.co.uk
Getting to Glasgow
Glasgow is located in West Central Scotland. It is the largest city in Scotland and is well served by transport links, including three international airports within 40 miles of the city centre and only an hour’s flight from London.
Glasgow Airport is Scotland’s long-haul gateway, with some 30 airlines serving around 100 destinations worldwide.
Direct flights from over 100 worldwide destinations including New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.
One-stop flights from 12 North American destinations with Icelandair via Reykjavik
One-stop flights from 46 destinations in 31 countries with Emirates via Dubai to Glasgow (twice daily)
Glasgow Airport is located just 8 miles from the heart of the city and serves as the principal gateway to the West of Scotland. Glasgow Airport connects the city to key locations around the UK, including over 30 flights per day linking London to Glasgow. Airlinks with major scheduled carriers such as Lufthansa and KLM plus United Airlines’ daily service from New York to Glasgow opens up the European and transatlantic gateways. The twice daily service by Emirates links over 100 destinations in Asia, Africa and Australasia to Glasgow.