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The SECC

The Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC) is the perfect location for any event. It's superbly situated in Glasgow, Scotland's largest and most exciting city. The Centre provides a wide range of conference and exhibition facilities along with a 4 star hotel - all under one roof.

About Glasgow

Glasgow is a city with everything to offer. It is Scotland's cultural capital and one of the most dynamic cities in Europe: steeped in culture, rich in history, with elegant streets, squares, parks and gardens; the name Glasgow actually means 'dear green place'. What's more, it's one of the UK's finest Victorian cities with magnificent architecture everywhere you look. The respected Lonely Planet guide recently said of the city: "Glasgow is regenerating and evolving at a dizzying pace. Its Victorian architectural legacy is now swamped with cutting-edge style bars and world-class venues to tickle your taste buds. The city is going through a long-term transformation, evident along the revitalised River Clyde."

How To Get Here

Glasgow Prestwick Airport is a 45 minute drive by direct motorway link from the SECC. Glasgow's international airport is a 15 minute drive from the SECC, and provides direct access to and from major European and North American cities. The city sits on the nation-wide transport system with fast rail and road access to all the UK's principal cities.

From within Glasgow there are a number of options that will bring you to the front door of the SECC in a matter of minutes.

Train journeys from Glasgow to the SECC are even easier now with the help of Scotrail, leaving around every 10 minutes from Glasgow Central Station (platform 17 lower level) for an off peak return of £1.25.

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