Glasgow, European City of Culture in 1990, and City of Architecture in 1999, has something for everyone. There is underground subway rail system and excellent bus and rail network for negotiating your way around and exploring one on the many wondrous sights such as George Square, the city's focal point, with its central 80ft column and statue to Sir Walter Scott, the Kelvingrove museum and galleries, the splendid Glasgow Cathedral, Gallery Of Modern Art, St. Mungo's Museum Of Religious Life And Art, and Glasgow Science Centre with it's rotating viewing tower for fantastic views of the city. Enjoy some of the 50 plus clubs and 100 or so pubs and bars.
You will be spoilt for choice in shopping. Glasgow offers excellent food with cuisines from around the world presented by some of the best chefs in the Scotland . Glasgow offers easy access to some of Scotland's beautiful mountains, glens, lochs and unspoilt coastline. Loch Lomond , for instance, is only 20 miles away.
So Glasgow is full of exciting experiences just waiting for you. Here are just a few highlights – must visits
Glasgow Tourist Board - the official website for all that's best in Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley. What to see, whats on and how to get there
Glasgow Museums -The City of Glasgow owns one of the richest collections in Europe, displayed in 13 museums across the city.
Scottish Football Museum- The Scottish Football Museum opened at Hampden Park on May 24th 2001.Hampden Park was opened in 1903. It is the oldest continuously used international ground in the world and holds every major attendance record in European football. In 1937 its capacity was 185,000.
Scotland Explorer -Experience the real Scotland with scheduled day trips and extended tours.