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Everything you need to know to make the most of your trip to Scotland from Canada

Flying into Glasgow International Airport

Experience the raw beauty and splendour of Scotland with daily flights from Canada to Glasgow. Fly directly from Toronto with an average journey time of only 7 hours and 4 minutes to Glasgow Airport. Alternatively fly from Halifax to Glasgow Airport ditrectly in approximately only 5 hours and 43 minutes.

Visit https://www.glasgowairport.com/destinations/toronto/ or https://www.glasgowairport.com/destinations/halifax/ for more details. 

Experience the beauty of Scotland

Scotland has an abundance of activities on offer to cater to all ages and interests. From stunning raw country landscapes, impressive architecture, cultural experiences, tranquil hotels, spas and golf resorts, distillery and sightseeing tours, summer festivals and a large selection of vibrant bars and restaurants to give you a feel of Glasgow’s thrilling nightlife. Whatever takes your fancy Glasgow has plenty to offer everyone!

Uncover the beauty of Scotland for yourself and book some of the countries top attractions and tourist activities during your trip! Visit https://www.getyourguide.com/s/?q=Glasgow&customerSearch=|true|true&p=|1https://www.getyourguide.com/s/?q=Glasgow|1

A taste of Glaswegian Life

There are wonderful exhibits and cultural activities you should visit to make the most of your time in Glasgow such as the Glasgow Science Centre, The Huntarian Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum & the University of Glasgow. While House for an Art Lover, Mackintosh at the Willow and Glasgow School of Art are just a few of the sites where you can uncover the unique history and architecture of Glasgow, as well as the legacy of Glasgow born Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a world famous Scottish designer, architect and artist who was a vital part in shaping Glasgow's style and culture.

Discover the great outdoors

However if you are looking for a rural escape outside of the hustle and bustle of the vibrant city centre then Loch Lomond, The Kelpies, Aviemore, Glencoe, the Cairngorms National Park, the Fairy Pools in Skye or Loch Ness are among just some of the stunning locations to witness breath-taking views and experience the beauty of a variety of vast Scottish environments. If you are wanting to experience the great outdoors then Scotland has plenty of outdoor activities to keep you occupied. With a variation of outdoor activities from hiking testing munroes, nature trails to take in the fresh Scottish air, kayaking, canoeing and mountain biking to take in the picturesque surroundings, and a range of wildlife tours there are loads of activities to keep you occupied all year round. 

Find attractions and tours available to you during your trip at https://www.getyourguide.com/glasgow-l438/oban-and-west-highland-lochs-and-castles-day-tour-t12741/

Discover the birthplace of whisky

Are you a whisky lover? Then you have definitely come to the right place! With a selection of whisky tours available to the public at Glengoyne Distillery and Clydeside Distillery you will have the opportunity to learn about the fascinating history of Scottish whisky and the manufacturing  over the years, take part in exciting masterclasses, discover whisky blending and even taste it yourself.

However if whisky isn't quite for you then that's okay too! Glasgow is home to Scotland’s oldest brewery, the Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery, where you take a Brewery Tour and tasting session. Also get involved in learning  about its captivating history and accomplishments over the years.

Uncover Edinburgh & sightsee in the captivating Scottish capital

Just over an hour drive from Glasgow you can easily reach Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city, by bus, car or train. Take the train directly from Glasgow Central or Glasgow Queen Street stations and you can spend the day roaming the city, exploring local coffee shops, restaurants and bars, shopping in a variety of Edinburgh’s high-street, luxurious designer and boutique stores. While of course it is a must to marvel at the beauty and history of Edinburgh Castle during your visit. Take a tour inside the castle where you can experience beautiful panoramic views across the city with a guided tour or an audio guide there is a lot of history to uncover.

Book a skip-the-line guided tour of Edinbugh Castle here https://www.getyourguide.com/edinburgh-l44/edinburgh-castle-walking-tour-with-skip-the-line-entry-t156135/