Get the most out of your stay with an alternative to a taxi in Glasgow
Enjoy the vibrant lifestyle of Scotland's biggest city with a Sixt mydriver taxi alternative in Glasgow. Our premium service uses luxury black vehicles and experienced local drivers. Give us your flight or train number and when you land at Glasgow International Airport or arrive at one of the city's stations your taxi alternative driver will be waiting to greet you by name. Sit back and relax on your transfer to business offices or city centre hotels without having to negotiate with other taxi companies or wait for public transport. When you pre-book your taxi alternative with our company our quoted fixed rates are guaranteed not to change even if your arrival is delayed or roads in the city are busy. Our fleet of vehicles covers all party sizes and budgets with economy options to prestige choices from BMW, Audi and Jaguar along with black Mercedes-Benz minibuses for larger groups.
Take in the city with a taxi alternative in Glasgow
Our professional drivers know their way around Glasgow and are happy to share their knowledge of this lively city and the highland countryside that surrounds it. Use our services for transfers from hotels to business meetings or to restaurants and cultural events. You will arrive in plenty of time without having to worry about parking or having local currency for taxis and public transport. The agreed price includes all of your luggage while your friendly driver is always on hand to offer any assistance. Pre-booking online or by phone is quick and easy with Sixt mydriver advisors available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. If your plans suddenly change we offer free cancellation up to one hour before your pick-up is scheduled. When your business is finished or if you have a free day book our taxi alternative for a Glasgow city tour, taking in its fine Victorian and Edwardian architecture and the Art Nouveau work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Visit the medieval Glasgow Cathedral before enjoying a drive to the beautiful shores of Loch Lomond or Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh.