Tourism & Interests in Glasgow
Scotland’s largest city is a friendly, bustling town with imposing 18th/19th-century buildings, great theatre life, and a vibrant music scene that any music lover would appreciate, as well as home to great local artists, Glasgow hosts many concerts throughout the year and watering holes that run the gamut from trendy bars to traditional pubs.
The city’s buses and metro system make it easy to explore. Don’t miss the re-opened Kelvingrove Art Museum, the Victorian Necropolis, or the surprisingly delicious local delicacy, deep-fried pizza. Glasgow is the gateway to the Highlands and Islands.
When in Glasgow do not miss out on the opportunity to visit the Highlands of Scotland and experience some of Europe’s most splendid scenic views amongst the Glens of Glencoe, Glen Nevis and the home of the UK’s highest peak Ben Nevis. Glasgow is a vibrant mix of historical, contemporary, cultural and stylish attractions and has a great music scene. Top attractions in Glasgow include Kelvingrove Art Gallery, The Mackintosh Ten, The Burrell collection, Glasgow Cathedral, Gallery of Modern Art, Peoples Palace, Museum of Transport, Botanic Gardens, Museum of Transport, Glasgow Science Centre and Glasgow University.