Glasgow Taxi, Minibus and Coach Hire Available
Miniguide to Glasgow: Glasgow is a port city that rests on the River Clyde in Scotland. It’s a real treat for art buffs due in part to its famed art nouveau architecture. If art isn’t your thing, there’s plenty more to see and do.
Famed for its clubbing scene, you’ll want to head on over to SWG3. This uber cool live entertainment spot and nightclub plays host to plenty of live concerts and festivals, welcoming some of the most up and coming DJs.
Kelingrove Art Gallery and Museum is arguably Glasgow’s most popular tourist attraction. Magnificently structured in the Spanish baroque style, the building’s striking red facade is offset by the lush greens of the surrounding area. A key piece you won’t want to miss is Sophie Cave’s floating heads.
No trip to Glasgow would be complete without a trip to Clyeside Distillery, where you can sample for yourself the malt whiskies that Scotland’s famed for. And you’ll even get your own complimentary chocolates to go with it.
Head on over to Paisley Abbey, it’s a short 15 minute train ride from Glasgow train station. Make sure you don’t miss the gargoyle based on 1980’s hit film Alien. A trip to Glasgow cathedral is a must, and it’s only a stone’s throw away from the city centre.
For a spot of shopping, Princes Square is Glasgow’s favourite building (as voted for by the people in 2016!) and premier shopping destinations. It’s home to boutiques, designer labels and high street brands including Ted Baker and Karen Millen.
To explore even more of the city, the hop-on-hop off tour bus will be your personal chauffeur, taking you around the city and stopping off at all the tourist hot spots.
Glasgow Travel Information: Glasgow is a small city which makes it really easy to navigate. You can get around by foot or bike. If you’re flying in, it’s just a short 15 minute drive from Glasgow Airport to the city centre. Jump in a taxi or hire a coach or minibus for a quick and easy trip.