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Glasgow is steeped in history, architectural masterpieces & places of natural & historical interest - you couldn't possibly visit all in one day!What to do
Glasgow offers one of the most exciting, vibrant, creative and truly top notch restaurant scenes in the UK. Culinary experiences to be discovered!Where to Eat
Glasgow boasts a plethora of both multi-chain and independent boutique style stores, from major international brands to kooky, unique, chic labels.Where to shop
Choose from city centre apartments, to homely B&B's and five star hotels - there is plenty of accommodation to suit every taste, budget and need.Where to stay
Glorious grand buildings protrude from the pavements, surrounded by funky, fancy facades that house literally hundreds of restaurants, wine bars, clubs, cafes and boutique style shops, dotted throughout the city. Glasgow boasts art galleries, museums, parks and riverside entertainment complexes and offers something for absolutely everyone. We havea wealth of information for those planning a visit to Glasgow we also have a search tool to help you find hotels in Glasgow.
If you are coming for the Art and culture, then allow a little extra time - there is so much to see and do. Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the world's most famous architects and Glasgow and the surrounding district presents many fine examples of his work, from the beautiful 'House for an Art Lover' at Bellahouston Park, to 'Scotland School Street Museum', which is well worth a visit for a trip down memory lane to the good old days, before mortgages and working for a living! You can almost hear the ringing of the school bell and the shrill of the headmistress! There are nearly 20 museums managed by the city's Culture and Sport department. All offer free entry (some are closed on Mondays) and make for a fun, yet educational day out.