To Quote the Scots "ye cannae go past Glasgow".
The largest city in Scotland and third most-populous in United Kingdom, the hospitality of the locals - known as Glaswegians - is legendary.
Glasgow holds firmly onto its Scottish heritage, while maintaining a place in Europe's top twenty financial centers, it is a city easily navigated by travelers.
Hotels are scattered throughout the center, but the budget conscious should note Glasgow hotels can be pricey.
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The city is valued and renowned for its Victorian architecture, which blends almost seamlessly with more modern additions to the city and sits alongside stylish bars, modern clubs and world-class venues.
The Victorian face of the city was founded on the strength of the Industrial Revolution, but in the century since Glasgow has grown from industrial centre to modern metropolis.
No Glasgow tour is complete without a visits to;
- The Burrell Collection
- Museum of Modern Art
- Mackintosh House, Ruchill Church Hall, Queen's Cross Church, Willow Tea Rooms, School of Art, Martyrs' Public School, Daily Record Building, the Lighthouse, Scotland Street School Museum, and House for an Art Lover. The genius of architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh can be seen right across Glasgow
- The Hunterian Art Gallery
- For the shopper, a day at Princes Square or on Argyle Street will leave you loaded with purchases and with a lighter wallet.
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