Getting to the Congress

Our congress venue is the SEC Centre, on the river, a short walk from Glasgow city centre. 

Glasgow is served by three airports, Glasgow Airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Edinburgh Airport.

In addition there are frequent trains from all over Britain.

For an adventure why not try the sleeper train from London that departs from next door to the Eurostar terminus?

Find out more about the SEC here.

The SEC, Glasgow

Visit Glasgow

From dawn to dusk and into the night, there are a huge range of things to do in Glasgow. The city is home to some of Scotland's best cultural attractions and, best of all, most of them are completely free!

You could easily fill your time exploring the different neighbourhoods, and enjoying the amazing shopping, dining and attractions in Glasgow.

Maybe you'll see the best of Glasgow's architecture on a city walking tour, or taste your way around the city on a foodie excursion?

When it comes to entertainment and great days out in Glasgow, you don't have to look far - over a hundred Glasgow gigs take place every week, as well as many theatre, performing arts and sporting events.

Visit the official Glasgow tourist page to find out more.


Glasgow is Scotland’s cultural powerhouse, ranked by the Mercer Cost of Living Survey as one of Europe’s most cost effective cities.

It is also the first city in the UK to be included in the Global Destination Sustainability Index.

With Loch Lomond just 40 mins away, it's the perfect starting point for delegates to discover what Scotland has to offer.

Discover Glasgow virtually.

Walking around Glasgow

Glasgow is one of the great cities to walk about partly as that is the best way to pause and take in some of the amazing architecture that should not be missed. Indeed there is even a book and supportive social media to encourage you to “Look up Glasgow”.

From medieval streets to palatial boulevards to world class 20th century architecture showcasing the achievements of Greek Thompson and Rennie Macintosh, Glasgow has it all.

The best additional benefit of walking in Glasgow is that if you are looking even remotely a little lost you are likely to be stopped and even taken to the destination such is the friendliness of this city’s inhabitable. The city’s slogan is ‘people make Glasgow’ and that is definitely to the visitor’s advantage.

Follow the links below to take you on some stunning walks. The Womens’ library tours can be down loaded and take you to some amazing places.