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Introducing the city full of unique experiences, where history is happening and with the biggest back yard.
Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is ready to welcome you with open arms. Reconnect with your ancestors in a city that’s full of culture, brimming with character and wears its heart on its sleeve. Fly direct from Toronto and Halifax.
From stunning architecture and world-class museums to expansive green spaces and cobbled lanes, Glasgow has beauty built in. Experience whisky from the source, taste the finest local delicacies, make new friends at a ceilidh or see Highland cattle up close, without stepping outside the city.
It’s the warmth of the people that have led Glasgow to be named the world’s friendliest city by Time Out and Rough Guides. It was also named Best UK City Break by Condé Nast Traveller in 2021.
Glasgow’s prime location means it’s easy to take in the spectacular lochs, mountains and wildlife of Scotland and be back in time to enjoy a night out in the city. Loch Lomond, the Isle of Arran, Oban and the Ayrshire coast are all on Glasgow’s doorstep.
The combination of a contemporary city steeped in history and scenic day trips make Glasgow an unforgettable holiday destination.
With over 90 parks and gardens, it is no wonder that Glasgow is known as the Dear Green Place. What’s more, Glasgow is the gateway to Scotland, meaning you can explore the lochs, mountains and wildlife on offer with ease.
As the UK’s first UNESCO City of Music, it’s no surprise that Glasgow has many amazing music venues across the city. From gigs in bars to incredible shows in city parks, such as the World Pipe Band Championships, Glasgow is a hotspot for live music and is a must on your visit.
Glasgow boasts a creative and award-winning food scene that caters for all tastes and budgets. Experience local Scottish cuisine in one of the city’s authentic restaurants while being entertained by some of the best local musicians. The city has also been named one of the best places in Europe to be vegan.
Glasgow has a rich cultural heritage, ranging from art and architecture, to music, theatre and literature. The city is packed with world-class museums and galleries, many of which are free to visit. It’s also home to the oldest cathedral in mainland Scotland, found beside a Necropolis full of sculptures and fascinating stories.
Visit Glasgow to experience the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), the pioneering Glaswegian architect, designer and artist. Glasgow is the only city in the world where you can view a concentration of his renowned work.