Glasgow Central Station is the largest in Scotland and the UK. Several train companies operate from Glasgow Central Station. It opened in the late nineteenth century and its design resembles that of Gustave Eiffel with its arcades of wrought iron. It is nice because it also has plenty of shops, which give it life. The local shops are in beautiful painted wood, it seems season, inhuman and black, until people come for a drink, but do not take the train. There is a Marks and Spencer to buy food for your trip, a Boots, a pharmacy chain, and sells health, hygiene and beauty, as well as cafes, pubs, flower shop and takeaway. It is the busiest station in the UK, after London. It was always the main station, but it closed for a while, and returned to build again, to open to traffic and growing industrial city. The train is the best way to go to Edinburgh, takes 50 minutes and costs £ 10, and from the penalties.
The travel center is in St Enoch Square, along the mall of the same name. To get there search for Argyle Street and from Glasgow railway station it's a 5 minute walk, but there's also a commuter station called St Enoch. In the travel center you can get all the information you need for your trip to Scotland, bus schedules, trains, commuting to Glasgow and Edinburgh and there are always 2 people to assist you. If you travel a lot by train, there's a youth card (18 pounds) that gives you 1/3 off trains across the country for 1 year, it's worth it because trains are very expensive. For those over 26 there's another card, but it's not regional so it's better to look for bargains in advance on the Megatrain. If you go to London, it's better to go by bus (Megabus), you can go as cheaply as 5 euros return.