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[http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx/ National Express], [http://www.citylink.co.uk/ Scottish Citylink] and [http://uk.megabus.com/ Megabus] are the main long-haul coach operators serving Glasgow. Somewhat confusingly, Citylink and Megabus often combine and merge services, so you may be put on a Citylink bus when you hold a Megabus reservation and vice versa.
 
[http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx/ National Express], [http://www.citylink.co.uk/ Scottish Citylink] and [http://uk.megabus.com/ Megabus] are the main long-haul coach operators serving Glasgow. Somewhat confusingly, Citylink and Megabus often combine and merge services, so you may be put on a Citylink bus when you hold a Megabus reservation and vice versa.
  
Citylink operate the 900 bus service from [[Edinburgh]], which runs up to every 15 minutes during the day. Buses from Edinburgh operate twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, with the night service also serving Edinburgh Airport.
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Through bus and ferry tickets from [[Dublin]], [[Derry]] and [[Belfast]] can be obtained through Scottish Citylink or National Express, in addition to [http://www.translink.co.uk/ Ulsterbus] for the latter two. If travelling from continental [[Europe]], through fares to Glasgow (via National Express coach) are available from [http://www.eurolines.co.uk/ Eurolines]. There are also direct buses to Glasgow from Eastern Europe (mostly [[Poland]]), these operators come and go.
 
 
Through bus and ferry tickets from [[Dublin]], [[Derry]] and [[Belfast]] can be obtained through Scottish Citylink or National Express, in addition to [http://www.translink.co.uk/ Ulsterbus] for the latter two. There are also direct buses to Glasgow from Eastern Europe (mostly [[Poland]]), these operators come and go.
 
  
 
Note that the station is huge and very confusing, so you might have to ask for directions.
 
Note that the station is huge and very confusing, so you might have to ask for directions.

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