Glasgow, Scotlands largest city, combines contemporary cool and rich heritage.
It's no wonder Scotland's largest city attracts millions of visitors each year. Trains to Glasgow carry visitors seeking great food, wine, fine whiskies, excellent shopping and top notch entertainment. The city has so much to offer you that you'll struggle to scratch the surface with a short trip.
Whether you're in search of buzzing culture, a brilliant bar scene or shops galore, vibrant Glasgow has it all. Once firmly at the centre of the world's cotton, tobacco and ship building industry, Glasgow has overcome the unfortunate subsequent decades of economic decline to become a thriving, regenerated city.
Many of the grand public buildings built during its industrial heyday still stand today. The "Glasgow style” established by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and traditional red sandstone used throughout the city means Glasgow's architecture is especially distinctive. Modern structures like the Clyde Auditorium (also known as 'the Armadillo') clearly demonstrate that Glaswegians are pushing into the future as well as being proud of their past.
In fact, Glasgow was named the UK's City of Architecture and Design in 1999. It's also the home of Hampden Park, Scotland's national football stadium, and Mitchell Library, one of the largest public reference libraries in Europe. All this, plus many museums, theatres, parks and a diverse range of restaurants means you'll never be short of things to do when you jump on a train to Glasgow.
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This month, there are so many great places to visit, so we've cherry-picked three of the best for you: Glasgow, Liverpool and Sheffield; all easy to get to by train.