Glasgow

from £75.00

Wake up to enjoy the famous west coast welcome Famous for live music, sport and comedy, Scotland’s largest city is known for its entertainers. The likes of Billy Connolly and Kevin Bridges have conquered the world after making their names in Glasgow. A creative scene like no other, Glasgow’s time in the spotlight is sure to extend far beyond hosting 2014’s Commonwealth Games. Among the venues showcased by the event, the likes of Celtic Park, Ibrox Stadium and Hampden Park are the premium football venues in the city. The Hydro and the SECC provided the focus for much of the coverage from the event, and regularly welcome some of the world’s most famous acts. While Edinburgh may lay claim to the Festival City moniker, Glasgow more than holds its own with a schedule that offers something for everyone, no matter the time of year, including the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Celtic Connections, the Merchant City Festival provide laughs, music and culture, while the World Pipe Band Championships in August attracts competitors from across the globe. Shopping fans will make the most of the ‘Style Mile’, made up of Argyle Street, Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. Here you’ll find some of the world’s biggest and best brands, all in close vicinity. Once you’ve shopped until you’ve dropped you can enjoy some of the food and drink on offer at Glasgow’s many bars and restaurants. Glasgow is also home to 13 museums, with the Kelvingrove Art Gallery being the best known. The Burrell Collection, in the suburbs of the city, is another must see.

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