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Exploring Glasgow

Glasgow isn’t just a leading Scottish city. With its seemingly limitless range of inspiring art galleries, mind-expanding museums, and grand, architecturally diverse landmarks, Glasgow has a firm footing on the world stage of cultural meccas.


Accommodations in Glasgow

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Glasgow is the Crossbasket Castle, which has been booked 16 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Finnich Cottages in Glasgow as it has been reserved 1 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Grande Central Hotel and Village Hotel Glasgow.


Sightseeing in Glasgow

- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum


Situated in Glasgow’s green-flecked West End, this castle-like gallery holds one of Europe’s grandest collections of art. Here, you’ll find dozens of jaw-dropping paintings by the Old Masters, such as Van Gogh and Rembrandt, as well as the wonderfully warped images of Dali. There’s also an ever-changing temporary exhibition, which hosts the UK’s top touring art collections.


- Glasgow Cathedral


Stop by the Glasgow Cathedral and marvel at its mighty, dark-black spire. Although an excellent example of imposing Gothic design, the Cathedral is actually medieval in origin, the only such Cathedral to survive Scotland’s 16th century religious reformation. After touring the grand halls and chambers, amble around the adjacent Necropolis, a vast hillside cemetery modelled after Paris’ infamous Pere Lachaise.


Transportation in Glasgow

Fly in from worldwide destinations to Glasgow International Airport, based only 7 miles from the city. Once there, hop on a shuttle bus directly to the city, or - for the cheapest option - take a bus to Paisley Gilmour Street train station, and catch a train to Glasgow Central, which takes a mere 10 minutes. Once in the city, both parking and driving can be difficult throughout the centre. The centre is very pedestrian friendly, and, combined with the extensive bus service and simple, circular subway line, it’s best to explore on foot and public transport.


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