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Glasgow City Centre
In the city centre
The historic centre is a medley of architectural styles. Gaze upon the Italianate city hall on George Square, then head to Little Italy to chomp on top-notch pizza. Spot Doric columns and Palladian windows while bar-hopping in the Merchant City area. Then sip on a cuppa at the Art Nouveau Willow Tea Rooms, designed by Charles Mackintosh himself.
Places to stay from £10 per night
1.2 miles from city centre
Glasgow University lends this area a youthful, bohemian vibe. Fresh-faced whippersnappers wander its illustrious campus, and kooky art lovers browse Kelvingrove Park’s galleries. Stop off in a student bar on Ashton Lane – this quaint, cobbled street is the perfect place to debate the Glasgow School’s contribution to Art Nouveau into the wee hours.
Places to stay from £20 per night
1.8 miles from city centre
A green belt of possibilities. Among the gardens of Pollok Park lies a gallery with paintings by El Greco and Goya. Then there’s the Burrell Collection – it displays Chinese art in a quiet woodland setting. In Queen’s Park, go “quackers” for duck ponds and nature walks. Or, trace the history of Scottish “fitba” (football) at Hampden Park stadium.
Places to stay from £20 per night
1.5 miles from city centre
The East End’s gritty yet charming. Head to Barras Market for classic Glaswegian shopping. Its independent traders sell everything from antiques to kilts. Pop into the Blue Lagoon chip shop to taste a deep-fried Mars bar (at your own risk!). Wash it down with a pint among raucous Celtic FC fans – their green-and-white pubs line Gallowgate Street.
Places to stay from £40 per night
A former European Capital of Culture, Glasgow combines beautiful architecture and a thriving arts scene. Visitors can rest assured that they’ll never run out of things to do, whether it’s exploring the Georgian buildings of George Square or embarking on a shopping spree along the ‘Style Mile’.
Scotland’s largest city is also home to some top-rated museums. Be inspired at the avant-garde Glasgow Science Centre on the banks of the River Clyde, or the iconic Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, where you’ll find everything from dinosaur fossils to masterpieces by Dutch masters. Meanwhile, the award-winning Riverside Museum showcases the city’s transport and shipbuilding heritage with its huge collection.
Stylish cafés and cosy restaurants line Glasgow’s revamped riverfront, while its architectural legacy is preserved by the Victorian designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. You can find these dotted around the city, from the central Lighthouse to the Hunterian Art Gallery, which recreates the famous architect’s home in remarkable detail.
These days, the city’s primary creative outlet is music. Be sure to catch a gig at one of countless venues, from the world’s oldest surviving music hall to the venue that launched the career of Oasis.
Glasgow also makes a great base for exploring the surrounding landscapes. Loch Lomond, on the lowlands border, is around half an hour’s drive away, while the vast and verdant Highlands are right on the doorstep.
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|Most popular time to visit||October–December|
|Cheapest time to visit||April–June|
|Average weekend price||£94 per night|
|Average weekday price||£80 per night|
|Typical stay||1 night|
I loved the West End of Glasgow with its variety of shops, eating places and bars. Being close to Kelvingrove Park and Museum was brilliant and my daughter was able to give us a lovely tour of Glasgow Uni. What a fantastic building!
Being brought up in Glasgow, it's always been coming home to the city I love. Like Liverpool,it's a friendly city, you're not going to have a problem with conversation nor drink alone😅😁
Always enjoy visiting Glasgow, they is lots of tourist attractions that are not far away to travel, they is so much choice for shopping, the people are friendly it's easy to fit in to there culture you be welcomed,
staff politeness, breakfast arrangement-super, the location of the hotel, facilities-excellent. Sorry I cannot interpret the faces that's why I don't answer the questions with emoji faces, written questions instead of emoji faces and lastly there is no packing space Otherwise excellent star hotel
I was expecting more of Glasgow so I'm a bit disappointed. The city is really busy and there's not so much old architecture or places. Most of the things are modern and it's not what I personally like. But there's a lot of places to eat and some nice shops to visit.
Friendly people and a city with more bars and restauarnats than any other city other. An absolute must if You love steak is the Mini Grill on Bath st. Food was Amazing ! I cant recall having a better all round experience than this wherever i have travelled in the UK or Europe.
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