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  • Glasgow Top Attractions
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Glasgow Introduction
  1. Owing much to the boom of the UK's Industrial Revolution, Glasgow has grown rapidly from being a small town of Scotland's west coast to being a hub of international trade. Whilst trade and business still hold much importance to the city, with the Commonwealth Games being held in the city in 2014 and its growth in popularity among global tourists, the city has seen a lot of renovation and is now a top attraction for people wanting a small city break.

Glasgow Top Attractions  
  1. The Lighthouse

    A architectural beacon bringing the best of up and coming creative's to the city. You can always guarantee to find a unique exhibition waiting to be explored.

  2. People's Palace & Botanical Gardens

    A museum showing the social history of the people of Glasgow with a many artefacts and art works. At the rear of the building is a large conservatory housing great botanical gardens.

  3. Riverside Museum

    The modern centrepiece of Glasgow, this museum showcases everything from technology made in Scotland, fashion trends and even the river Clyde.

  4. Buchanan Street

    The main vein in the streets of Glasgow. With a 24/7 electric atmosphere, plenty of shopping can be found and street performances to be seen, great day for all.

  5. Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

    One of Europe's top art galleries with held in a stunning red palace. You will find many contemporary artists alongside the many of the classic masters. The museum is equally as good with Dinosaur bones and Egyptian artefacts.

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Attractions to go and explore  
  1. Dumfries (123Km, 1 hour 25 minutes)

    Notably the birthplace of Robert Burns, one of Scotland's most known names.

  2. Kilmarnock (40Km, about half an hour)

    An odd town near the Firth of Clyde. Despite it being small in size, it is massive in Scottish culture, a great list of accomplished residents again, oddly, a great place to go shopping.

  3. Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park (30Km (To Entrance) 25 minutes

    The great Scottish highlands on display in a large park just outside Glasgow. Many native animals and plants can be found as well as several outdoor activities.

  4. Edinburgh (75Km, about an hour)

    The capital of Scotland with day's worth of activities to see including the castle and the zoo.

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Top Driving Tips
  1. If you're crossing the border from England's to Scotland than there is no change is the driving. If you are driving in the UK for the first time then drive on the left, go left at roundabouts and keep to the speed limit at all times. The police are very aware of drinking and driving and using your mobile at the wheel as well.

At the Airport
  1. Maybe not as large as its neighbough (Edinburgh), but still sees a far share of passengers. The airport has three piers, international, domestic and Ireland-Scotland and has around 7 million passengers annually. The actual airport is small but still has everything needed for a simple and quick journey.

Airport Location  
  1. The airport is located outside the city limits next to the town Paisley, nearly 15km from Glasgow city centre. The M8 motorway goes directly from the airport to the city and continues onto Edinburgh, a further hour down the road.

Car Hire at the Airport
  1. Many car hire desks can be found next to the baggage claim area of the airport. You can find alternative companies outside the airport which will require a shuttle bus to get to.