Once named the European City of Culture, Scotland’s biggest city is alive and kicking with things to do, see and explore. Renowned for its passion for art, design and architecture, you’ll no doubt get your fill of culture visiting their museums, galleries and local events. A historical city too, their parks and even sporting venues have a thousand and one stories to tell about their Scottish heritage. But they don’t hold back on the fun either. In every one of their districts, there are cool bars, friendly local pubs and plenty of opportunity for dancing and there’ll always be a friendly team waiting to look after you at a Premier Inn hotel in Glasgow.
Glasgow is buzzing with things to do, all against a backdrop of world-class architecture. Whether you want to catch some live local music, weave in and out of the shops, catch a big Celtic game or plan your trip around a festival, you won’t have trouble finding somewhere amazing. Check out our guide for all the need to knows.
Around every corner, there’s a memorable sight or three to see in Glasgow. Where old is mixed with contemporary, you’ll see some of the oldest parks in Scotland, breathtaking monuments and innovative architecture. See what there is to discover using our handy guide.
Art lovers as well as those with an appetite for knowledge can take their pick from a selection of cutting-edge exhibitions, galleries and museums full of historical stories.
When it comes to family fun and exploration, this is the place. Feel inspired at the Glasgow Science Centre, enjoy the beautiful botanic gardens and feel the thrill at the theme park.
Whether you’re looking for a tummy pleasing place to brunch, a chic bar for cocktails or a dancing venue for rocking out, you won’t struggle to find somewhere to satisfy your hunger, thirst or dancing desires. Get the lowdown on eating and drinking in Glasgow below.
If it’s traditional Scottish, seafood, Italian or Indian you’re after, Glasgow won’t let you down when it comes to their range of options. Fancy going fancy? They’ve got that covered too.
Due to Glasgow cleverly being built on a grid system, it means getting around the city is a breeze. And, as Scotland’s biggest city, this is incredibly handy. With so many areas to discover - from the creative quarter of the East End to the stylish Merchant City to the creative hub they call the West End, you’re guaranteed to have more than one favourite neighbourhood. Use our guide for info on public transport, travelling from the airport and the coolest places to stay.
Navigating Glasgow is so simple with the city’s subway and buses. Nevertheless, getting to know the city by foot is a treat or by bike, especially with the help of nextbike - the city’s cycle hire scheme.