Glasgow

Situated on the River Clyde in the Central Belt of Scotland on the west coast, Glasgow is Scotland's largest city as well as its commercial capital. The city offers a number of interesting art galleries, museums, theatres as well as an abundance of restaurants, pubs and clubs. Additionally, breathtaking countryside and coastal views are within easy reach of the city.

Suggested activities while in Glasgow include

  • Bothwell Castle: overlooking the River Clyde, this estate is the largest and finest 13th Century stone castle in Scotland.
  • The Museum of Transport: The history of transport comes to life with dramatic displays of cars, trains, bikes, buses and boats.
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Glasgow's Two Train Stations
    Central Station:
    • In itself a place of architectural and historic interest
    • Gateway for High Speed Pendolinos from England,
    • Departure point for services heading towards the south west of Scotland (towards famous hotspots like Troon or Prestwick,
    • Departure point for trains connecting with the Ferry to Northern Ireland.
    Queen Station:
    • Located further North in Glasgow (only a short walk or bus ride from city center & Central Station)
    • Receives service from Edinburgh and northern cities such as Inverness, Aberdeen and Perth.
    • Departure point for the West Highland Line, known for its spectacular scenery.
    • Departure point for rail service connecting ferries to the rail network at key towns such as Mallaig and Oban


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