Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and it is famous for its culture, shopping and people. Glasgow is situated on the River Clyde and famous for its internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping, stunning architecture.
Places to visit-
- Glasgow Cathedral- Also known as St. Mungo Cathedral or the High Kirk of Glasgow. If you have an interest in architecture, then the Glasgow Cathedral is the building that you must visit.
- Glasgow School of Art- it is famous for lovers of fine architecture.
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum- it has a fine collection of British and continental paintings. As a free attraction it really shouldn’t be missed.
- Shopping on Buchanan Street- If you are a shopping freak, then you must go to the Buchanan Street.
- Kelvingrove Park- There’s a possibility that you could come across animals as rare as kingfishers and otters, or as common as red foxes.
- Riverside Museum and Tall Ship- You should not miss the opportunity to visit the Riverside Museum. It includes model ships, locomotives, trams, vintage cars.
- George Square- George Square has 12 statues of famous people associated with the city,
- A Walk through the Necropolis- a Victorian Gothic garden cemetery that covers 37 acres and is filled with beautiful memorial stones.
- The University of Glasgow- is the second-oldest school of higher education in Scotland.
- Pollok House and Pollok Country Park
- Kibble Palace- It is one of the largest glasshouses in Britain and contains a collection of rare orchids and located at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens,
- The National Piping Centre and the Bagpipe Museum- It is an excellent resource for those with a passion for bagpipes and drumming.
Where to stay?
- Carlton George Hotel- situated right in the heart of Glasgow, four star rated and has a rooftop restaurant.
- Hotel Indigo Glasgow- one of the luxury hotel near River Clyde.
- The Z Hotel Glasgow it provides compact, affordable stay and also offers guests a free cheese buffet in the evening.