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Glasgow has a proud and rich history, and is frequently voted one of the UK's most popular destinations. A stop in Scotland is incomplete without visiting Glasgow.
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What to See and Do
You’ll be amazed how beautifully crafted the stained glass windows are on your visit to Glasgow Cathedral. Be impressed by concerts, recitals, and visiting choirs. More events occur during summer. It’s one of the few Scottish structures to have survived the Reformation in 1560, and remains unharmed with an active congregation. The elegant style of the furniture add to the charm of the place.
In 1781, George Square was a muddy wasteland until it was developed into private gardens. This public square in Glasgow was named after King George III. Embellished chambers of the city can be seen at the east side of the square. The area is vast and suitable for gatherings, including popular events such as Glasgow Loves Christmas and Piping Live. The square also boasts a number of historically significant statues and monuments. Surrounding George Square is a number of high quality restaurants enough for any taste and budget.
Where to Eat
Claiming to be the first to bring traditional authentic Napoletana Pizza to Glasgow, you won't be disappointed at this place if you're looking for an Italian feast!. Paesano is highly recommended for a comforting and family-run feel. The pizza dough is proofed for over 48 hours before cooking it at 500 degrees Celsius producing a moist, light, soft crust, and appetising pizza. The soft ice cream is superb. Paesano is bound to satisfy any pizza craving! Paesano has 2 stores in the city - Miller Street, and the West End.
Patrick Duck Club
This quirky little restaurant has a very welcoming feel and the menu is really interesting. Serving a delicious range of duck dishes that are roasted, barbecued, or fried in duck fat you're bound to be amazed! If you're not into duck you can try a number of other dishes along with an all day breakfast. Or just go for a Coffee and Cake or a Gin and Tonic! The ambiance is amazing and a great location right in the heart of Patrick. Food lovers won't be disappointed. It’s open until 11 in the evening.
Address: 27 Hyndland Street Patrick, Glasgow
The multi award winning Gannet Restaurant opened in October 2013 occupies the bottom floor of a restored Glasgow tenement that once laid derelict for almost a decade. Serving seasonal Scottish produce and a nice array of Cocktails and Scottish Whiskey makes this destination a stand out. Many people agree that the food is top notch!
Address: 1155 Argyle Street Glasgow
- Muirend Railway
- Maryhill Railway
- Maxwell Park Railway
- Queens Park Glasgow Railway
- Pollokshaws East Railway
- Possilpark & Parkhouse Railway
- Pollokshields East Railway
- Pollokshaws West Railway
- Kennishead Railway
- Kelvindale Railway
- Glasgow South
- Hillfoot Railway
- High Street Railway
- Glasgow-hamilton Road
- Lenzie Railway
- Glasgow East
- Mount Florida Railway
- Rutherglen Railway
- Pollokshields West Railway
Locations in Scotland
|Toyota Rav4||GBP 384.70 for 3 days|
|Opel Corsa||GBP 146.65 for 3 days|
|Peugeot 308||GBP 83.85 for 2 days|
|Kia Ceed||GBP 84.06 for 2 days|
|Volkswagen Polo||GBP 127.10 for 5 days|
|Hyundai i20||GBP 284.29 for 16 days|
|Opel Insignia||GBP 57.73 for 1 day|
|Ford Focus||GBP 88.78 for 7 days|