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Greater Glasgow Attractions

There are so many things to do in Glasgow for all age groups. You simply must see the beautiful architecture and natural beauty of this Scottish city on the rise. You will feel right at home as you bask in the attractions in Glasgow.

The Beauty of the Scottish Highlands Awaits You

Some of the most beautiful terrain on the globe exists just outside the map of Glasgow's city lines. The Scottish Highlands are a high point to any vacation to Glasgow. Walking in nature is an essential part of authentic Glasgow tours. The amazing lush landscape and rolling green hills have made Scotland an iconic tourist spot for generations. Be sure to carve out some time for Glasgow excursions which include walking in the great outdoors. There many tours featuring different walking grades to accommodate different fitness capacities. A quick drive out of Glasgow can connect you with trails full of coast mountains lochs

and lush forests.

The Best Glasgow Activities

Glasgow is a contemporary city with a living history. Be sure to take a photo in front of the famous Clyde Arc. This road bridge spans the River Clyde to connect the area of Finnieston with Pacific Quay and the Glasgow Science Centre. The bridge's unique curved design and angled posture makes it a point of fascination for local residents and tourists alike.

A trip to the University of Glasgow is not to be missed on your visit. The university dates back to the year 1451. This is your chance to walk in the footpaths of some of the most influential minds in European history. Alumni of the university include Adam Smith and Lord Kelvin.

The city's West End is home to the Glasgow Botanical Gardens. A visit to this stunning campus is an essential part of experiencing the city. The sprawling site hosts many species of exotic flowers and trees spread out in manicured exhibits. Be sure to have lunch at the famous Botanic Gardens Tea Room.

There are many places in Glasgow to taste authentic Scottish cuisine. No vacation is official without a proper haggis tasting. There are many spots where you can order haggis meals with distinctly homemade touches. will hook you up with the Highlands. Let us help you get a head start on experiencing one of the top cities in the world by booking your trip to Glasgow today.