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World leading publications and renowned travel guides consistently rank Glasgow as a must-visit destination, reinforcing the city’s position as Scotland’s creative, cultural and sporting capital and one of Europe’s most vibrant, dynamic and stylish cities.
Glasgow has an enviable portfolio of internationally acclaimed museums and galleries including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, The Riverside Museum, Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), The People’s Palace and Winter Gardens and Glasgow Science Centre are top attractions.
The city is also famed for the quality and diversity of its shopping and culinary scene.
Glasgow is the ideal location for a weekend city-break, to hold a conference or to study in one of the city’s three world-class universities.
Edinburgh is easily accessible, or venture to the Scottish Borders; stretching from the dramatic sandstone cliffs to the beaches off the Berwichshire coast, wander quiet country roads, fish wonderful waters and enjoy stunning golf settings.
Whether travelling for business of pleasure, Glasgow is certainly one of Europe’s most exciting cities and has everything to make your stay a memorable one.

Theatres

Theatre Royal

The oldest and longest running theatre in Scotland. Here you will find a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre. Theatre Royal is also home to two of Scotland’s resident companies, Scottish Opera and

Scottish Ballet

Pavilions Theatre: One of Glasgow most loved theatres for Pantomime. It’s great for comedy, music and variety.

SSE Hydro Arena

The SSE Hydro Arena is one of the busiest music venues in the world and has played host to numerous world class acts and also big events such as events from the Commonwealth Games and the MTV Music Awards.

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Glasgow’s venue for the arts, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall hosts shows of many different art forms but predominately musical performers from all types of genres, with approximately 250 acts a year, there is something for everyone.

Tours & Attractions

Sauchiehall Street shopping

One of Glasgow’s main shopping and business streets where most of the high-end and high-street stores are located.

Tennents Brewery

Take a tour of Scotland’s much loved Lager, which has been brewed for the last 450 years. Guided tours show visitors how the beverage is made and at the end, you can taste some of the blends created within the distillery itself.

Take a day trip

Fancy seeing more of Scotland? Venture to the stunning Highlands and to some of Scotland’s most famous sights such as Loch Ness, Sterling Castle and the Isle of Skye.

Hop On Hop Off Tour Bus

Enjoy the guided tour of our wonderful city with incredibly knowledgeable tour guides who will take you through Glasgow’s vibrant history.

People’s Palace & Winter Gardens

Set in the historic Glasgow Green, you will find a truly amazing collections of photographs, artefacts, film and a detailed history of Glasgow during the Industrial Revolution.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

One of Glasgow most stunning buildings the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum displays over 8000 objects, such as paintings and sculptures, European weapons and armour and many relics from before and during Scotland’s history.

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