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Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. It is also considered a centre of arts, culture, tourism, education, sports, and cuisine in the country. The city of Glasgow can be demarcated into two parts – the historical city and the new city. Glasgow is considered the most metropolitan and most cosmopolitan city in Scotland, due to its mix of ethnicities and cultures. Your holidays to Glasgow are guaranteed to never be dull. The Glasgow Necropolis, the Glasgow Cathedral, and several other historical sites are complemented by modern-day attractions, such as the Glasgow Science Centre. Among its other attractions are the Gallery of Modern Art, the Royal Exchange Square, Burrell Collection, the Lighthouse, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Glasgow has an active culture, and is one of the few cities to allow busking without a permit. This allows street performers of all competence levels to put on performances along Glasgow’s busy streets. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Glasgow a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Glasgow with us and experience this large and vibrant city in Scotland at its very best.
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British Airways, FlyBE, Aer Lingus, Ryanair, easyJet
English, Scottish Gaelic, Scots
Best Time to Travel
May to September, July to August
Modes of Transport
Plane, Train, Bus, Tram, Trolley Bus
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Kelvingrow Art Gallery and Museum
This well laid out art gallery and museum is home to masterpieces by greats such as Picasso, Rembrandt, Monet, Van Gogh and Botticelli. The museum section is fascinating and displays knight’s armour and loads of artefacts on natural history.
The Mackintosh Collection
The Mackintosh Collection is testimonial to Scotland’s famous architect Rennie Mackintosh’s unique style of design. It is the main point in the Glasgow School of Art and although the building is the iconic attraction do take time to explore the interiors; where innovative and creative exhibits of students are displayed together with paintings by Mackintosh himself.
The museum was donated to the city by Sir Willian Burrell in 1944. It is considered as one of the most diverse museums in Glasgow. On display are paintings by Sisley, Bellini and Degas. Chinese urns from varied dynasties, Greek and Roman relics, ceramics and beautiful tapestries are other objects on display.
The Piping Centre
No visit to Glasgow is complete without a dose of fascinating Bagpipes. The piping centre is an international centre for excellence in bagpipes. The world’s most comprehensive display of the musical instruments and its history is found at this fascinating museum.
The Scottish Football Museum
This is a favoured tourist attraction and makes an ideal day out for the whole family – not just football fanatics. The Scottish Football Museum boasts over 2,500 objects on display; it is in fact home to the largest collection of football related memorabilia and artefacts.
The Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest medieval church in all of Scotland. It was founded in 543 AD by St Mungo. Although rebuilt many times there are many parts that still exist from the original 12th century construction. Carvings, memorial plaques and crypts add to the medieval ambiance while the graveyard is an interesting scout.
People Palace and Winter Garden
Stop over here for a thorough insight to the history of Glasgow dating back to 1175. Learn about the tobacco industry kingpins, the industrialisation of the city, development of sciences and influence of art as well as the changes that took place in society.
House for an Art Lover
This house was designed by Renee Mackintosh as a means of entering a competition in 1901; however the house was actually constructed only in the 1990’s. The house is the main attraction with ornate balconies, elegant metal work and imposing doors. Wander around and enjoy the various exhibits in the Music Room and Oval Room.
The Gallery of Modern Art
This is a very popular attraction for its distinctive displays under the themes of fire, air, earth and water. The building itself with Corinthian columns is a work of art.
Glasgow’s oldest park is not to be missed. The 129 acres has been a venue for many significant events that span across 300 years. The winter garden, children’s play village and museum are major attractions.