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National Geographic Traveler recently named Glasgow - Scotland’s largest city - as one of the 20 “Best of the World” destinations, and with its cultural attractions, internationally-renowned architecture, fantastic shopping and year-round program of events and festivals, it’s easy to see why.
When visiting Glasgow, exploring world class museums and art galleries is a must. Glasgow hosts one of Europe’s largest civic arts collections with works by Van Gogh, Dali and Degas, all available at no charge. Check out the eclectic collection at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and don’t miss Riverside Museum - the 2013 European Museum of the Year.
In 2016, Scotland will celebrate the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, and Glasgow is the perfect place to uncover awe-inspiring architecture - from the Victorian splendor of Glasgow City Chambers to the Art Nouveau magic of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. To learn more about the city, its art and architecture, take one of The Glasgow School of Art walking tours.
If you like to shop, you’re in for a treat as Glasgow is consistently voted the best place to shop in the U.K. outside of London’s West End. The city’s shopping districts host a variety of popular brand names, exclusive designers and unique vintage stores.
After a day of cultural exploration and shopping, it’s time to experience the city’s food and drink scene with award-winning restaurants, innovative pop-ups and street food festivals that satisfy appetites from near and far.
A trip to Glasgow isn’t complete without a concert, gig or acoustic set. A UNESCO City of Music, Glasgow hosts an average of 130 music events each week. Its legendary music scene ranges from rock to R&B, punk to pop, classical to Celtic and everything in between at small music bars to huge arenas. Visit the iconic King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut or Barrowland Ballroom, and you might just discover the next big thing.
Glasgow’s location is also a perfect base to explore the breath-taking landscapes of Loch Lomond, enjoy a dram at the picturesque Glengoyne Distillery or play a round at a world-class golf course.
Book your trip with us to experience why Glasgow was voted the “Friendliest City in the World” by Rough Guides. Search our flights and start your adventure now.