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Glasgow West End

Glasgow’s West End is a haven for bargain hunters who love independent shops and a great place to eat and drink. One of the star attractions is the restored KelvinsideParishChurch, which reopened as Oran Mor - a venue for gigs, comedy shows and theatre performances with bars and eateries - in 2004. Oran Mor should be very high on your list of things to do and see in Glasgow.Home to Glasgow’s University and several big attractions, the West End is also full of surprises. Head to Ashton Lane day or night for a bite to eat or fine cocktails.

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Glasgow East End

Glasgow’s East End is the brash and bustling home of the Barrass - Glasgow’s busy weekend market- and the Barrowland Ballroom, one of the city’s leading music venues. The East End also benefits from the sporting legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games - The Chris Hoy Velodrome and Tollcross International Swimming Centre are both on the patch.The free-to-enter People’s Palace and Winter Gardens offer an insight into the history of this great city.

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Glasgow City Centre

Trains to Glasgow bring you into the heart of a city which boasts great visitor destinations and even greater opportunities to shop. Glasgow’s city centre Style Mile is a renowned drag of retail outlets taking in Argyle Street and Buchanan Street and featuring over 200 stores.Also in the city centre are architectural delights such as the former Glasgow Herald building, The Lighthouse. At night check out The City Chambers, which is beautifully illuminated and sits on George Square.

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Merchant City

A cultural hotspot in Glasgow, MerchantCity is a must-see. Arguably its most famous landmark sums up the sense of humour that characterises Glaswegians. Outside the grand Gallery of Modern Art is a statue of the Duke of Wellington which has a cone semi-permanently plonked on the great man’s head. Definitely a destination for selfie-seekers. Don’t miss Merchant Square with its wide array of covered bars, restaurants and a couple of clubs.

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Bread Meats Bread

Bread Meats Bread is hugely popular with the locals and you can’t book in advance. Plus visitors are beginning to hear of the great food served in casual surroundings. So choose your moment to arrive wisely and prepare for a real treat. Burger lovers can’t get enough of the place. When the menu features one-off competitions to decide which is better – a Krispy Kreme burger or a Dunkin Donut burger, what’s not to love?

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 The Scottish Football Museum

Even if you're dragged here by a more committed footie fan than yourself, you will love it! Promise.

Glasgow Science Centre

Wow! The Glasgow Science Centre is a must for any visit to Glasgow. The Science Mall has 3 floors of interactive science-learning exhibits, a Planetarium and a Science Show Theatre.

Langland's Moss Nature Reserve

If we just called this a 'lowland raised bog', we wouldn't be doing it justice! Part of the Calderglen Country Park, it's a real breath of fresh air.

North Woodside Leisure Centre

Something a bit different on a rainy day in Glasgow - get your swims on and visit the beautifully restored Victorian baths.

The Mackintosh House

Art and architecture lovers, commence salivating! A glorious partial reconstruction of the house shared by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh in Glasgow.

People's Palace and Winter Gardens

Potter for hours here, contemplating the lives of Glaswegians since the 18th Century, wandering the fabulous gardens and admiring the terracotta fountain.

Gallery of Modern Art

A neo-classical gem of a building and a chance to see some important contemporary pieces.

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