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Mackintosh lovers  often enquire about Glasgow tours featuring the Glasgow School of Art. This prestigious building was founded in 1845, and as such it holds a very strong place in the hearts and minds of the Scottish, and everyone from other nationalities who studied there.

The building began its life as the Glasgow Government School of Design, but...

Glasgow is a notoriously friendly place. People all throughout the city will talk to you, offer advice about places to visit in Glasgow, Glasgow sightseeing and Glasgow attractions. Glasgow open doors week may fool you into thinking that all the locals are ready to throw open their houses and offer you cups of tea and ‘craic’ in their own homes - th...

Glasgow is a notoriously friendly place. People all through throughout the city will talk to you, offer advice about places to visit in Glasgow, Glasgow sightseeing and Glasgow attractions. Glasgow open doors week may fool you into thinking that all the locals are ready to throw open their houses and offer you cups of tea and craic in their own home...

Glasgow is a beautiful Scottish city, steeped in culture, history and character. It is the most populated city in Scotland, and the fourth most populated in the whole of the UK. It is a very popular destination for tourism, for many reasons - the gorgeous architecture to name but one - hence why our Glasgow tour guides are kept so busy. Then there's...

Life is full of competition. Dogs vs Cats, Star Wars vs Star Trek, Tea vs Coffee - the list goes on! Having a bit of healthy competition is good, as it can help you find out what it is you like and what it is you don't. Have you ever noticed that there can be competition between cities? Some residents think theirs is the best one in the world, hands...

When you think of Glasgow attractions, you generally think of rolling mountains, wild landscapes - and whisky, of course! Sporting events aren't necessarily high on the list of Scotland's achievements, unless you're into rugby. However, the city of Glasgow has been host to one of the world's biggest sporting events: the Commonwealth Games.

Glasgow wa...

Most big cities have a subway, or underground train system, to get you about the place quickly and easily. This is a fast and convenient way to get around, and it can help reduce congestion and pollution. Glasgow's subway system is well known and well loved, for good reason!

Glasgow's subway is the third oldest underground train system in the entire...

Glasgow features some of the best historical architectural masterpieces in Scotland. However, there are also several modern examples of a national engineering genius, such as The Glasgow Tower, which is just one of the many great things to see in Glasgow.

It was built in 2001 as a free-standing tower that can rotate 360 degrees around its axis by win...

Glasgow boasts a pretty long history dating back as to the 6th century with Saint Mungo as its first preacher. Clearly, the buildings of those distant times wouldn’t survive, especially in the climate like in Scotland. Nevertheless, the Cathedral originates from the early 1100s being the oldest religious structure of Glasgow. The Cathedral is one of...


 

There are so many Glasgow attractions, so many notable things to see in Glasgow, but here’s a few more buildings worthy of a mention

Templeton’s Carpet Factory (1889)

James Templeton started a business of making shawls and through developing his weaving techniques he decided to turn his attention to carpet weaving. It was wise decision, as by 1914 h...

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