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Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
29 May
31 May
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£72+
Excellent  (2,331 reviews)
Air-conditioned
Internet
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Thistle Glasgow
£61+
Excellent  (1,089 reviews)
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Marks Hotel
£67+
Good  (2 reviews)
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Jurys Inn Glasgow
£94+
Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
£106+
Excellent  (2,184 reviews)
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Hilton Glasgow
£82+
Glasgow Lofts Aparthotel
£82+
Excellent  (1,569 reviews)
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Crowne Plaza Glasgow
£104+
Good  (1 reviews)
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Carlton George Hotel
£26+
Victorian House
£69+
Holiday Inn Express Glasgow - City Ctr Theatreland
£74+
Holiday Inn Glasgow - City Ctr Theatreland
£86+
Excellent  (1,564 reviews)
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Internet
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Glasgow Marriott Hotel
£61+
Millennium Hotel Glasgow
£40+
Artto Hotel
£52+
Glasgow Pond Hotel
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Glasgow, Scotland’s international city

Glasgow is quickly becoming one of the UK’s most visited cities and is the home to many high-profile international events. Read more.

Glasgow, Scotland’s international city

Glasgow is quickly becoming one of the UK’s most visited cities and is the home to many high-profile international events. The cultural scene is thriving, the people are friendly and the city offers a diverse blend of museums, galleries, stunning architecture, shopping and nightlife. Glasgow may be Scotland’s second largest city, but it delivers a first class travel experience.

Exemplary design, outdoor adventures, shopping and nightlife

The architecture of Glasgow is a major attraction in itself and won the city the honour of the UK’s City of Architecture and Design award in 1999. As far as architecture goes, The Glasgow School of Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, University of Glasgow and The Mackintosh House, are among the most popular constructions and provide an excellent taste of what the city has to offer. The Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace are perfect for a relaxed stroll indoors and out, or for a more scenic jaunt, the expansive Pollok Country Park is home to endless walking and running trails. The Necropolis, Glasgow’s city of the dead, boasts - aside from its deep links to the history of the city - of vast and beautiful grounds that are well worth a visit.

To sample the city’s exciting nightlife, start with the several pubs that claim to be Glasgow’s oldest, or buy a Discovery subway ticket, disembark at whichever station takes your fancy, and stumble along the path less trodden. If you have any energy left, end your night at the Sub Club, the world’s longest-running underground club and venue for Optimo, the legendary techno night.

Glasgow is the perfect place to base yourself when exploring the nearby Clyde Valley. Try your hand at cycling, sailing, horse riding or golfing or just enjoy a day in the countryside. Take the Clyde Valley Tourist Route and view the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve along with a selection of historical monuments.

Glasgow’s top areas to stay

Glasgow has an extraordinary range of accommodation options. Find a castle or lighthouse in the surrounding Clyde Valley countryside, or maybe a secluded self-catered cottage for a romantic getaway. Closer to the city you’ll find budget hostels, caravan and holiday parks, beautiful B&Bs and hotels to match any preference. For a central stay, popular neighbourhoods include Merchant City, Anderston, West End, Southside and Cowcaddens. Merchant City is considered the fashionable centre with its numerous wine bars, designer stores and vibrant gay triangle. The bohemian side of Glasgow can be found in West End, which is also home to many notable attractions, including the Hunterian Museum. Alternatively, book a hotel in the city centre to be in close proximity to the second largest CBD shopping district in the British Isles.

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