Glasgow

Idyllically located on the banks of the mighty River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city is continually in flux. This is primarily due to the city’s ongoing extensive rejuvenation campaign to improve its global image. Evidence of this renaissance can be seen in its chic shopping centres; the striking architecture of the new multi-million-pound Riverside Museum of Transport; the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum; the immaculately kept grounds of the Pollok Estate Country Park, as well as in its beautifully preserved mix of Victorian, Georgian, Venetian and Art Deco architecture. While these soberly handsome buildings may initially suggest an abstemious culture, this couldn’t be further from the truth – Glasgow is well known for its all night partying, its popular and diverse live music and comedy scene, and enough pubs to keep you drunk for years!

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