Buses to Glasgow from other areas in the UK are provided by Megabus and National Express, there are many departures every day. Regional services in the city are operated by Stagecoach, McColl's, First and many others. Each of these providers use Buchanan Bus Station, the city's busiest transport hub for local, rural and national routes. Located on Killermont Street, it is the only major bus station in the city. The terminus is a short walk from Queen Street, the city's central railway station and is well served by public transport. Route numbers 4, F1, X9 and X23 take around 6 minutes to reach Glasgow city centre from Buchanan Bus Station.
Whether you visit for the nightlife, culture, shopping or history, Glasgow is an excellent place to explore. On its sprawling campus, the University houses the Hunterian Museum, the oldest in Scotland. Its exhibitions are packed with intriguing artifacts and anatomical illustrations, detailing a history of medical surgery from the 1600's to the present day. Another cultural highlight is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which boasts a Salvador Dali painting among its collection, along with numerous other contemporary and classical works. For visitors who prefer to spend time outdoors there are many informative city tours, some take in the most popular sites, whilst others focus on specific themes like food, photography or music. The Glasgow Tigers Speedway is another open air attraction, a must-see for motorsport fans and first time visitors alike. It's a fast and furious track, offering a great day's entertainment, and excellent facilities. At night the music scene in Glasgow is both friendly and wild, packing in live performances from international acts at the 02 Academy and fresher talent in the Merchant City district bars.