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One of the most exciting cities you'll come across. Full with Scottish culture, cuisine and architecture. Come and discover Scotlands secrets in this beautiful city.


Scotland's largest city built along either side of the River Clyde. Though not the capital city of Scotland Glaswegians (those who are from and live in Glasgow) consider Glasgow as Scotland's premier city! Glasgow developed through shipbuilding. The dock area has now been transformed into shopping, financial, living and recreational areas with music venues, museums, walkways and parks.


We think you should check out some of these attractions in the city. For the art fans, we recommend going on a mural tour around the city or visit the Kelvingrove art gallery.

For history lovers visit the Riverside museum of transport & travel, the cathedral or the Necropolis and its catacombs.

Something for the children let them explore science in the Glasgow science centre. Full of whizzes, bangs, pops and flashes, the centre can keep any age entertained for hours.


Glasgow is famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, a rich legacy leftover from the city's 18th–20th-century prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding. Today it's a national cultural hub, home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as several acclaimed museums.

Glasgow has two rival football teams both competing to win the Scottish Premiership. Visit the mighty Celtic Park home stadium to Celtic and if you can watch a game! the amazing atmosphere the loyal fans give every single minute of the match.

The drinking culture in Glasgow is an attraction in itself, with bars buzzing with life every night. The distillery tours available as well as the Tennent's Wellpark brewery. If you like drinking you'll love, Glasgow!

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