Journey Planner

To help our visitors plan travel around Glasgow and Argyll & the Isles, this journey planning tool is ideal. 
Our key transport providers are; 

If self-driving, you can pick hire cars from Enterprise rent-a-car from Glasgow Airport or locations throughout Scotland.

Simply search by location, transport operator or service number. You will be redirected to


If you head into Glasgow city centre, you can travel to Argyll & the Isles by bus or train and connect with ferries. 

Buses leave from Buchanan Bus Station

Trains leave from Glasgow Queen Street Station

You can also catch the ferry from the following ports via trains from Glasgow Central Station

  • Gourock for Dunoon
  • Wemyss Bay for Isle of Bute
  • Ardrossan for Campbeltown and Isle of Arran
  • Lochranza, Isle of Arran for Claonaig, Kintyre

All port information can be found via Calmac's website.

Simply search by location, transport operator or service number.

You will be redirected to


Plan your travel using Scotland's national public transport information service - Traveline Scotland. You can the website, mobile apps or call 24 hours on +44 871 200 22 33 to plan your public transport journey or get timetables.

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