Glasgow was once famous for shipbuilding; now it’s a thriving hub of sport and culture, with its music and art scene as exciting and innovative as any in Britain.
Scotland’s largest city is packed with the things to see and do. It’s a rejuvenated city that now oozes style with an eclectic mix of restaurants, trendy bars, internationally acclaimed museums, art galleries and striking architecture.
Head to the city centre around George Square or through the pedestrianized areas of Argyle, Buchanan or Sauchiehall streets to experience the energy Glasgow buzzes with all year round, not to mention some of the best shopping in the country.
Broaden your mind and keep the kids entertained with a visit to the Glasgow Science Centre, one of the city’s best attractions. It’s full of interactive exhibits, workshops, shows and mind-blowing IMAX 3D effects that bring science to life.
A day out in Glasgow wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Pollok Park, home to the Burrell Collection of art exhibits as well as the stunning Pollok House.
Glasgow also has the best nightlife in Scotland, with a multitude of pubs, bars, clubs and venues to please any music taste, from the indie haven that is Nice n Sleazy to the techno nights at the Sub Club or The Arches.
The West End is also unmissable. Head to the cobbled streets of the its popular Ashton Lane and sample some of the city’s most stylish restaurants and bars, or wander around the shops and cafés of bohemian Byres Road.
Glasgow is one of Britain’s most exciting cities; a confident, friendly, forward-thinking place with plenty to keep you occupied and entertained.
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