The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow is one of the UK's cultural hotspots, attracting visitors from all over the world throughout the year. A city steeped in history, Glasgow has some stunning monuments, galleries and museums that will keep visitors entertained for days.
Friendly & Fun
A friendly city, Glasgow is famous for its hospitality. With a reputation for great entertainment and local Glaswegian cuisine, you'll be guaranteed a great time. The city also has a vibrant music scene, with many Glaswegian bars home to live music sets throughout the week; you'll maybe even hear the odd bag pipe session. Glasgow is perfect for a romantic getaway, and with some fantastic golf courses within and around the city, it is ideal for a short golfing holiday.
When it comes to things to do in Glasgow there's certainly no shortage. George Square is the principal civic square in the city and home to many of its most famous statues and monuments. If you like to hit the shops then be sure to get to Buchanan Street, Glasgow's premier shopping street.
Centre for Sports
Another popular attraction in Glasgow is the impressive Bellahouston Park which lies just outside the city centre. For the sporting fans among you, Glasgow is the home of Scotland's national football stadium, Hampden Park, as well as being home to Ibrox and Celtic Park, the home of fierce Glasgow football rivals Rangers and Celtic.