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Glasgow

Glasgow

Glasgow is the ultimate entertainment and arts hub of Scotland, a city that is full of life with an air of excitement that is truly infectious. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, with a rich and diverse cultural history and a strong identity. Museums, art galleries, live music and culture have come to define the city of Glasgow. The friendly and honest inhabitants will proudly inform you about the vibrant architecture, historic landmarks and effervescent nightlife that pervade the city all year round. Shopaholics will enjoy the medley of high-end designer retailers alongside with smaller independent boutique shops. Home to the spectacular SSE Hydro, a multi-purpose arena that is the third busiest of its kind in the world, as well as variety of other entertainment venues and world-class landmarks.

We love Glasgow because...

  • Stunning scenery
  • Friendly people
  • Local produce
Hotels in Glasgow
Alexander Thomson Hotel
320 Argyll Street, Glasgow G2 8LY

The hotel itself is a historic Victorian era building which forms the architectural landscape of the city, a central spot which is great for shopping and city breaks.

2 nights from
£ 64.00pp
Alexander Thomson Hotel
320 Argyll Street, Glasgow G2 8LY

The hotel itself is a historic Victorian era building which forms the architectural landscape of the city, a central spot which is great for shopping and city breaks.

GoGlasgow Urban Hotel
517 Paisley Road West, Glasgow G51 1RW

Is this the coolest hotel in Glasgow? Its modern interiors make this one our favourite Glasgow hotels and is close enough to the city centre for sightseeing.

2 nights from
£ 52.00pp
GoGlasgow Urban Hotel
517 Paisley Road West, Glasgow G51 1RW

Is this the coolest hotel in Glasgow? Its modern interiors make this one our favourite Glasgow hotels and is close enough to the city centre for sightseeing.

Hallmark Hotel Glasgow
27 Washington Street, Glasgow G3 8AZ

The hotel stands on a 19th century rice mill, yet offers an excellent location near the centre of Glasgow and the SSE Hydro, perfect for city, shopping and spa breaks.

2 nights from
£ 82.50pp
Hallmark Hotel Glasgow
27 Washington Street, Glasgow G3 8AZ

The hotel stands on a 19th century rice mill, yet offers an excellent location near the centre of Glasgow and the SSE Hydro, perfect for city, shopping and spa breaks.

Mercure Glasgow City Hotel
201 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DQ

Get right to the heart of Glasgow with a stay at the central Mercure Glasgow City Hotel.

2 nights from
£ 75.00pp
Mercure Glasgow City Hotel
201 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DQ

Get right to the heart of Glasgow with a stay at the central Mercure Glasgow City Hotel.

Number 10 Hotel
10-16 Queens Drive, Glasgow G42 8BS

A Victorian hotel only minutes from Glasgow’s city centre.

2 nights from
£ 95.00pp
Number 10 Hotel
10-16 Queens Drive, Glasgow G42 8BS

A Victorian hotel only minutes from Glasgow’s city centre.

In and around Glasgow

Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery

The proud home to one of the best-known Scottish lagers, with over 450 years of brewing heritage. Visitors can take a guided tour, gaining a rare behind-the-scenes insight into the inner workings of a major brewery. Learn about the legacy of this lager, from the origins to the present day, as well as a sampling session and the chance to buy some Tennents goodies.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

This wonderful attraction is free of charge and features collections of wonderful arms and armour, natural history and art from a wide range of movements throughout history. There is even an original Salvador Dali painting here the ‘Christ of St John of the Cross’ and a genuine Spitfire plane hanging from the ceiling! There is also a restaurant, café and gift shop here.

The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel

This multi-award winning museum rests on the banks of the River Clyde, displaying some of the finest historic examples of cars and bicycles – with over 3000 objects showcased. From skateboards, to locomotives there are many spectacular objects for Glasgow’s rich past here.

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