Glasgow is the third largest city in Scotland after London and Birmingham, and one of the most cosmopolitan and UK business. This destination is popular for its great cultural receiving a large number of tourists coming to this city for events such as Celtic Connections, Glasgow International Festival, the River Festival and the Festival of Glasgow Green.
How to mobilize
To get around the city will have bus services (most of the companies providing services from 06:00 to 23:00), the subway, the train (which has the main stations of Glasgow Central Station and Argyle Street) , hire taxi services (Glasgow Wide TOA is the leading company in the city that provides this service), or rent a car.
To stay in Glasgow will have deals for every budget, on coming into the youth tourism hostels for having the most with tourism services, both traditional and alternative routes in unfamiliar spaces or green routes, among them highlighted by the popularity McLays Guest, Alamo Guest House, Glasgow Youth Hostel and the Glasgow Pond Hotel.
What to see
The best way we can begin to discover Glasgow is through tour buses since the route starts in the center of the city and so we can start organizing the routes continue. These buses pass by iconic places like Glasgow Cathedral, located in the area known as the old city center and renowned for its Gothic style, the Scottish Football Museum, where you will find over two thousand objects related to the activities of this sport in Scotland and Glasgow School of Art, School of Fine Arts where we have studied the best architects, designers and artists in the city.
If we know the city’s green spaces can visit Craigendmuir, natural park that can be reached by train or car and where we can access services of camping, caravans, hiking and other outdoor activities.