Transportation For The European Championships 2018

Known internationally for the friendliest of its welcome and as one of the world’s top ten must-see cities by Lonely Planet, Glasgow is making its mark as a popular destination for people around the world – especially within the world of Sport. Read more to find out how Little’s can provide transport for The European Championships 2018.

In the summer of 2018, between the dates of the 1st and 12th of August, Glasgow will be the first co-host of the very first European Championships – an exciting new sporting event bringing together some of the continent’s leading sports. Along with other sports-persons competing in Berlin, approximately 3025 athletes will also descend on Scottish soil to compete in; aquatics, cycling, gymnastics, rowing, triathlon and a new team golf event. It is predicted that this event will play out in-front of a TV audience of 1.03 billion people – with many more viewing across other digital channels.

As well as using central Glasgow locations, The 2018 European Championships will partner with other locations including Loch Lomond, Strathclyde Country Park, The City of Edinburgh and Gleneagles golf club in Perthshire.

Little’s would be delighted to arrange all your transport requirements – from chauffeur-driven airport transfers to city transfers from your hotel to the venues. Our award-winning service will provide careful, consistent chauffeur driven transportation by certified professional chauffeurs who work to the highest standard. With a presence in over 200 cities globally, our multicultural team are available for you to contact 24/7, no matter what time zone you may be in, by calling +44 (0) 141 883 2111 or by emailing Glasgow2018@littles.co.uk. Scotland’s sporting reputation has never been higher. Having helped deliver transport solutions for what is now widely recognised as the best ever Commonwealth Games and The 2016 Openwe wholeheartedly believe that our experience in travel management will ensure that Glasgow 2018 is a great success.