Discover Glasgow, Scotland's largest city
Glasgow, Scotland is one of Europe’s most exciting cities boasting a vibrant social scene, a cultural heritage, with plenty of green spaces. Glasgow is the gateway to Scotland and known to locals as our 'dear green place'.
Ben Nevis and the West Highland Way
Linking Milngavie, just outside Glasgow, Scotland, to Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain which stands at 1.3km high, the West Highland Way stretches 96 miles and takes in the amazing scenery along ancient and historical routes. An ancient giant of the land, Ben Nevis was once a massive active volcano which exploded and collapsed inwards on itself millions of years ago.West Highland Way Ben Nevis
Football in Glasgow
Glasgow is known for its two main rival teams, Celtic and Rangers. Both teams play in the Scottish Premier League and no visit to Glasgow is complete without attending and experiencing the atmosphere at a game. If you’re lucky enough to be in the city on a finals day, you can’t miss the Hampden ‘roar’ from the crowd.Celtic Rangers
Galleries, museums and more
You’ll never be short on inspiration in Glasgow! From our city’s amazing galleries and museums, our impressive architecture, world-famous Glasgow Cathedral and beautiful gardens, the only problem you’ll have is fitting all the sights and sounds of the city into your trip.Discover more
Glasgow the Gateway to Scotland
Eating out in Glasgow, Scotland is truly an experience. Our bars and restaurants pay a big part of our culture and, we have a vast array of award-winning establishments offering not just a Scottish and local cuisine but tastes from around the world. From the Merchant City to the West End, there's something for everyone. Find out more over on the Glasgow Restaurant Association website.Glasgow Restaurant Association
Are you a fan of Harry Potter? Then why not go for a ride on the Hogwarts Express, otherwise known as The Jacobite Railway? The 84-mile round trip starts at Ben Nevis in Fort William, taking in breath-taking lochs, mountains and beaches, crossing the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct and finishing at Mallaig, a bustling fishing port. This is one rail journey you’ll never forget.Hogwarts Express
Isle of Skye
The beautiful Isle of Skye is located off the west coast of Scotland. With rugged landscapes, medieval castles and beautiful fishing villages it’s well worth a visit. Not to be missed on the Island are the fairy pools, with multiple waterfalls and vibrant colours.Isle of Skye
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
An area of outstanding beauty with diverse landscapes and habitats, this is an amazing natural playground where lovers of the great outdoors can walk, climb, cycle, golf, fish and go horse riding. Also, why not enjoy a boat trip on Loch Lomond itself?Explore Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
Perhaps most famous for its mysterious creature, tales of a large monster living deep beneath the dark expanses of Loch Ness has circulated around the world since the first photograph emerged in 1933. The world famous Loch Ness and its surrounding area is a beautiful place to visit if you want to soak up some stunning Scottish Scenery and explore the rich history as part of the Highlands.Loch Ness
The newly opened Clydeside Distillery is located on the banks of the River Clyde, which combines the river’s shipbuilding history with the distilling of whisky. Take a tour and discover how Scotland’s national drink is made from barley to bottle.Explore the Clydeside Distillery
What to see and do in Glasgow and beyond
A magnificent example of Scottish Gothic architecture, Glasgow Cathedral is the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Protestant Reformation of 1560 virtually intact.
From food festivals to conferences, Glasgow has a thriving events scene complete with the worlds second largest conference centre.
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