Scotland’s biggest city is a hive of bars, restaurants, museums and cultural goings-on. Head to Babbity Bowsters for delicious whisky and haggis, then dance the night away at Maggie Mays.
As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is a non-stop hive of entertainment and historical intrigue. Known for being a fascinating destination that retains its own unique character, the city is peppered with familiar landmarks and famous live music hot spots. If you’re hungry for culture, why not soak up art and artefacts galore at one of the many internationally-acclaimed galleries or museums around the city centre? Great for sightseeing opportunities as there are some fantastic structures dotted around the city. The Clyde Auditorium is an awe-inspiring modern structure, while older buildings such as St Andrew’s Cathedral and Trades Hall are equally as impressive.