Wherever possible, active travel, such as walking and cycling, is encouraged. Check out the OVOBikes website for information on how to hire one of the bikes or e-bikes available across the city 24/7. Visit the Transport Scotland website for further guidance on how to travel safely. Glasgow Taxis are also an easy way to get around the city and are safe, sanitised and offer contactless payment.
Vaccine Certification Scheme
The Scottish Vaccine Certification Scheme - or "vaccine passport" - is no longer a requirement for event organisers and businesses, however can be implemented on a voluntary basis. Please check the conference or event website for any particular arrangements in place.
There is currently no legal requirement in Scotland to wear face coverings.
Good to Go
The ‘Good to Go’ scheme, is a UK-wide industry standard designed to give consumers confidence and allow businesses to demonstrate they are adhering to government and public health guidance and have correct protocols in place.
We are updating our members information, so look out for the Good to Go logo on each venue or service providers page.
If you are organising a hybrid event, you can find advice and resources in our Hybrid Toolkit.
Visit Scotland have put together a series of useful steps to follow to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable time whilst exploring Scotland responsibly.