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Welcome to Glasgow

Explore Glasgow

Cast away your preconceptions about Glasgow - this is not the city you thought it was. Gone are much of the remnants of its industrial past and in its place a fresh and vibrant city has stepped in. Glasgow is one of the nation’s key economic centres outside of London. After years of regeneration and millions of pounds of investment, Glasgow is now one of Europe’s top destinations for shopping, culture and leisure.

About Glasgow

Glasgow is steeped in history which reflects its significant role in the United Kingdom.

  • Glasgow’s Hampden Park football stadium is the oldest international football stadium in the world
  • Glasgow had the first police force in the UK, formed in 1789.

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Where to Stay

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Staying in the heart of the city gives you a good insight into Glaswegian life. Distinctive architecture, many of which was designed by local architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, defines Glasgow city centre. The bustling Buchanan Street combines contemporary shopping with amazing architecture - don’t forget to look up and admire the buildings above you! Glasgow’s distinctive West End neighbourhood, characterised by cobbled streets and Victorian architecture, lies just 2 miles from the city centre. The district is known for its strong cultural identity and hosts a number festivals each year including the Celtic Connections folk festival and the Bard In The Botanics outdoor Shakespeare festival. Despite the West End sharing most of the limelight, the East End is not without its charms. The ‘Barras’ street market attracts people from across the city and the Barrowland Ballroom is one Scotland’s most popular music venues.

Things to Do

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Staying in the heart of the city gives you a good insight into Glaswegian life. Distinctive architecture, many of which was designed by local architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, defines Glasgow city centre. The bustling Buchanan Street combines contemporary shopping with amazing architecture - don’t forget to look up and admire the buildings above you! Glasgow’s distinctive West End neighbourhood, characterised by cobbled streets and Victorian architecture, lies just 2 miles from the city centre. The district is known for its strong cultural identity and hosts a number festivals each year including the Celtic Connections folk festival and the Bard In The Botanics outdoor Shakespeare festival. Despite the West End sharing most of the limelight, the East End is not without its charms. The ‘Barras’ street market attracts people from across the city and the Barrowland Ballroom is one Scotland’s most popular music venues.

Eating and Drinking

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Glasgow city centre is famed for its wide range of eating options. One of the most famous of these is Bothy, a traditional Scottish restaurant serving up local delicacies. Bar 91 also serves excellent food and is a great place to people watch from – in the summer you can sit and eat outside. Wee’s Curry Shop sell homemade curries and is a favourite amongst locals. Glaswegians like things deep fried and the local delicacy is deep fried pizza – it’s surprisingly good! Deep fried Mars bars, however, are not for the faint hearted. Glasgow is also famous for its nightlife and there are lots of bars, pubs and music venues. King Tuts Wah Wah Hut is a well-known gig venue and hosts live music every night of the week. Uisge Beatha is an atmospheric and quirky place where you can enjoy a drink next to stuffed animal heads and portraits of nobles on the walls.

Getting Around

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Glasgow is an easy city to explore on foot or with the bus. There are many bus routes and taxis so you should have no problem navigating the city and finding all the main attractions. A scenic and more alternative way to see the city is with the River Link ferry which operates during the summer along the River Clyde. The underground system in Glasgow is probably one of the easiest city underground systems to navigate of all major city centres; it is just one ring, serving North, East, South and West, referred to by locals as the “Clockwork Orange”. A one way ticket will cost you £1.60 flat fare and £3 for two journeys. Located six miles west of the city, Glasgow International Airport is Scotland’s biggest airport. It has never been easier to get into the city centre from the airport. Simply take the airport shuttle bus which travels straight to the centre in only 25 minutes.

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Florian
Florian
10 Excellent
August 2016
Double Room in Glasgow, Free WiFi.

We have spent a very nice week-end, Maria is very reactive and answer to any question a few minutes after, She's very nice and the flat was really great, we have had a very nice experience in Glasgow.

Adrian
Adrian
10 Excellent
August 2016
Lovely room, very central!

Yeah. What a wonderful night :) Everything perfect . Very nice people. A good tea in the afternoon and in the morning.

Sandra
Sandra
10 Excellent
July 2016
ROOM WITH A VIEW

We had a pleasant stay at margret´s she was nice and courteous and the room was clean and comfortable Thanks

Logan
Logan
10 Excellent
June 2016
ROOM WITH A VIEW

We thoroughly enjoyed our four nights with Margaret and her lovely dog Bella. She was very thoughtful and helped us learn our way around Glasgow and plan the continuation of our trip even though she wasn't feeling well. We are planning t...

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