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Glasgow: the city's best neighborhoods

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About Glasgow

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Glasgow—named European Capital of Culture of 1990—combines beautiful architecture with a thriving arts scene. Visitors will never run out of fun things to do, from exploring the Georgian buildings of George Square to going on a shopping spree down the "Style Mile."

Scotland’s largest city is also home to several famous museums. Find inspiration 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 Dutch masterpieces. Meanwhile, the award-winning Riverside Museum showcases the city’s transportation and shipbuilding heritage.

Stylish cafes and cozy restaurants line Glasgow’s renovated riverfront, while its architectural legacy is preserved in the Victorian designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The innovator's work can be found throughout the city, from the central Lighthouse to the Hunterian Art Gallery, which recreates the famous architect’s home in striking detail.

Nowadays the city’s main creative outlet is music. Catch a gig at any one of the countless spots, 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 natural landscape. Loch Lomond on the lowlands border is about a 30-min drive away, leaving you right at the edge of the lush, vast Highlands.


From $136 per night

This weekend

From $295 per night

Next weekend

From $139 per night

Most popular time to visit June-August
Cheapest time to visit March-May
Local currency £1 = $1.24
Language English
Average weekend price $115 per night
Average weekday price $102 per night
Average stay 1 night

Points of interest in Glasgow

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Glasgow reviews

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It's a great place where I was born and I was so happy...

March 28, 2020

It's a great place where I was born and I was so happy to share its "secrets" with some relatives of my husband's. It was a pleasure for me to show them as much as I could given the circumstances of the Coronavirus restrictions. The Willows Tea Room on Buchanan Street was the highlight of our first day and shopping nearby was the only chance we had on the trip as we attempted to get as much in as possible. The Lighthouse, Glasgow Cathedral, the Museum of Religion, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, the Necropolis, and with few people around, parking and walking from place to place was easy.

Annette United States of America

When planning our trip we heard some negative things about...

March 25, 2020

When planning our trip we heard some negative things about Glasgow. We decided to visit anyways because we enjoy the food and music that big cities seem to offer. We had a fantastic time in Glasgow! The bars and restaurants ( Brew Dog was great)were great fun. We found a jazz club which had excellent live music and good drinks. We ventured out to the West End one day and had a very nice time shopping and eating. Glasgow is a beautiful bustling city with beautiful people. We hope to return soon!

Odessa United States of America

C2C was postponed so it was just a case of finding things to...

March 18, 2020

C2C was postponed so it was just a case of finding things to do as it was too late to cancel hotel after receiving postponement notice the night before. Coronovirus was ongoing as well so things were a bit quiet.

Janis United Kingdom

The locals were extremely friendly, and we appreciated.

March 13, 2020

The locals were extremely friendly, and we appreciated. Their great help when it was required.we weren't greatly impressed with Glasgows weather, but like the locals we just grinned and didn't let it get us down!

Shona United Kingdom

It's super easy to follow the signs on where you need to...

March 8, 2020

It's super easy to follow the signs on where you need to go - travel friendly! Taxi's are easy to get a hold of. Everything is in walking distance if you've got the time. Never short of places to eat or shop. Plenty of places to visit should you choose. Go with an adventurous friend, or someone who likes exploring and trying new things and you will have the best time.

Savanna United Kingdom

I love Glasgow it has great value hotels ,restuarants ,bars...

February 13, 2020

I love Glasgow it has great value hotels ,restuarants ,bars,amazing shops and very friendly people .The subway can take you very quickly to other areas of the city with lots of things to see and do.The tour of Glasgow is amazing and lets you see places you have only read about .I will be back very soon as my daughter is back working in the city so best excuse to visit more often and stay overnight in affordable hotel .I love Lauders for a nice dinner and The Blane Valley in Merchant city for lunch,both friendly places.

Anonymous United Kingdom

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