There are 4 ways to get from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss by bus, taxi, car or towncar
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Bus • 1h 5m
$7 - $11
3 alternative options
Taxi • 38m
$50 - $65
Drive • 38m
$5 - $9
Uber • 38m
$40 - $55
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss is to drive which costs £4 - £7 and takes 38m.
The quickest way to get from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss is to taxi which costs £40 - £50 and takes 38m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Buchanan Bus Station station and arriving at Luss, Bypass. Services depart every two hours, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 57m.
The distance between Glasgow Queen Street and Luss is 22 miles. The road distance is 26.8 miles.
The best way to get from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss without a car is to bus which takes 1h 5m and costs £6 - £9.
The bus from Buchanan Bus Station to Luss, Bypass takes 57m including transfers and departs every two hours.
Glasgow Queen Street to Luss bus services, operated by Scottish Citylink, arrive at Buchanan Bus Station.
Glasgow Queen Street to Luss bus services, operated by Scottish Citylink, arrive at Luss, Bypass station.
Yes, the driving distance between Glasgow Queen Street to Luss is 27 miles. It takes approximately 38m to drive from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss.
There are 525+ hotels available in Luss. Prices start at $71 USD per night.
What companies run services between Glasgow Queen Street, Scotland and Luss, Scotland?
Scottish Citylink operates a bus from Glasgow Queen Street to Luss every 2 hours. Tickets cost $7 - $11 and the journey takes 57m.
Bus from Buchanan Bus Station to Luss, Bypass
- Ave. Duration
- Every 2 hours
- Estimated price
- $7 - $11
- Schedules at
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