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Why fly to Glasgow?

Glasgow is firmly established as one of Europe’s most exciting destinations. The city has so much to offer, from its wealth of cultural attractions and year-round programme of events and festivals, to its world-class architecture and design, fantastic shopping and vibrant nightlife. So, it will come as no surprise that the city was named the top in the UK in the prestigious Tripadvisor ‘Traveller’s Choice Destinations on the Rise 2012’ awards. An extensive range of museums and galleries – many of which are FREE to visit, showcase Glasgow’s cultural heritage.

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Come and experience lively Glasgow in the summer months, when the temperatures peak and the days are nice and long, compared to the freezing cold winter spell. Between April and September there’s a packed events schedule, too, with pop-up comedy performances and a well-loved gin festival among the offerings.

Avoid the crowds

Glasgow is a popular city every month of the year, such is the draw of its museums, nightlife and rich Victorian architecture. Visit outside of high summer to avoid the busiest time, though – April and May are both top choices for pleasant temperatures and lower prices. Avoid Christmas, too, when the city’s ice-skating rink, shows and markets really pull in the crowds.

Your Glasgow Questions Answered

Glasgow is famous for quite a bit! It's the largest city in Scotland, so it's got a lot to offer when it comes to Scottish history and culture. . It may be primarily known now for its friendly locals and proximity to the highlands, but if you spend some time here, you'll find that the city is bursting with great food, fine art, and fine impressive architecture. Glasgow City Chambers has more marble inside than the Vatican, whilst the opulent Royal Exchange Building was originally a townhouse for a prominent local lord.

It's not all about history in Scotland's second city, as there's fun to be had as well. It has become a cosmopolitan centre with great music and comedy venues, with fashionable bars and restaurants nestled in charming historic streets.

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