About This Area
As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is known for its culture, friendliness and unique style. It has many museums and history behind it but also offers much more with entertainment and culture.
In the heart of the city centre is George Square, opened in 1781 it holds a great collection of monuments and statues. It is dedicated to King George III and home to the headquarters of Glasgow city council but also hosts fun events throughout the year such as markets and festivals.
There is a route around the city known as the ‘style mile’, which is a paradise for shoppers. Its long stretch of high street stores and quirky boutiques is sure to please. There are over 20 museums in the area alongside art galleries including the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
There is always something for everyone is Glasgow when it comes to entertainment and nightlife with an array of options from traditional pubs and buzzing nightclubs. The Griffin Pub is one of Glasgow’s oldest pubs and serves great pub grub.
Travelling around Glasgow city centre couldn’t be easier with their subway that runs every 5 minutes around the city and takes only 24 minutes for a full circle of the 15 stations. You could also catch the bus which covers around 100 routes through the city as well as the sightseeing bus tours that shows you the main tourist attractions and the city’s iconic sights.
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