City Sightseeing Glasgow is proud to be a certified ‘Good To Go’ business. This means that we adhere to public health & Government guidance and have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment to check we have the required processes and protocols in place.
‘We’re good to go’ is a UK wide industry standard distributed by the tourist organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. You will start to see this logo across various tourism and hospitality businesses in Glasgow.
Please familiarise yourself with our guidance before your tour.
At this time, we strongly recommend booking your tour tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
You will receive booking confirmation and an e-ticket which you can print or have on your mobile device. When you board the tour bus, e-tickets are scanned contactless.
Our tour departs from George Square outside Costa, just one minute away from our previous stop which is now being pedestrianised.
Our timetable is subject to change as we emerge out of lockdown and into our new world.
During July we will operate hourly from 0930 to 1630, Friday to Monday. Tours will operate daily from August and every 30 minutes from Friday 07 August. Operating times will also change to 1000 to 1630.
Our tour takes approximately 90 minutes.
You can also track your tour bus live.
It is mandatory to wear face coverings on public transport in Scotland. We ask you to respect this Government rule and use a face covering on our tour bus. This could be a scarf, mask or home-made face covering. This excludes children under five years old. We understand some customers are unable to wear masks for a range of reasons, we would also ask you to not judge those who do not wear masks.
Please read our face covering FAQs for further information.
If you haven’t booked your tickets in advance here on our website, you can pay your driver with contactless cards, Apple Pay or Google Pay. While cash is still accepted, we would ask you to try to avoid on bus cash payments.
It is recommended by the Scottish Government when travelling to a bus stop and whilst standing at a bus stop you maintain a two-metre distance from other people. This excludes members of the same group.
We would like to thank you for maintaining physical distancing whilst travelling on our tour buses. We recognise it can be difficult, especially when dealing with payment, entering and exiting the bus however we thank you in advance for continuing to take care of yourself, be mindful of others and keep your distance at all times.
You can choose between live commentary from our friendly and knowledgeable guides or recorded commentary in 7 languages, including Ghoulish Glasgow for kids and English commentary by historian Neil Oliver.
At this time, some attractions and venues may be closed or have temporary opening hours. Please check with your tour guide.
We provide all customers with free single-use earphones to listen to recorded tour commentary. Please keep these all day.
Our tour route has been amended slightly to accommodate the pedestrianisation of Kelvin Way. Stop 13 is now located outside the Old Schoolhouse pub on Woodlands Road in the west end.
Please be aware of the impact of restrictions on the needs of fellow sightseers who may have impairments, disabilities or mobility issues.
Our tour buses have maximum ventilation with an open top roof and open windows on the lower deck. Explore Glasgow with lots of fresh air and wind in your hair!
Now more than ever, tour bus cleanliness is our top priority. Our vehicles are thoroughly cleaned every night by our amazing cleaning team and key hot spot areas such as hand poles, seat backs and buzzers are disinfected throughout the day. We have implemented rigorous new and improved procedures in line with Government guidelines
and have significantly increased the resources we allocate to cleaning.
Hand sanitiser is available on all tour buses for your use. We recommend you use it when entering and exiting the bus.
At this time, it is recommended you do not eat or drink on tours. Remember to take all belongings with you and not leave any items or rubbish.
In addition to these measures you are advised by the Scottish Government to be aware of the surfaces you touch and be careful not to touch your face. Remember to cover your mouth with a tissue or your elbow when coughing or sneezing.
All our team are provided with PPE. All our tour buses are fitted with dividing plastic screens in the driver cab area so the option of face coverings will be decided by the driver.
Our team are fully trained in all new safety measures.
We thank you in advance for adhering to the new measures we have in place. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0141 204 0444.