Discover Glasgow’s cultural treasures
Culture, design, and history, right in the middle of breathtaking nature! Book a flight to Glasgow and enjoy everything this Scottish city has to offer. Marvel at the Burrell Collection and Pollok Country Park or visit Glasgow Cathedral. When you head out of the city, the Scottish Highlands are waiting for you. You’ll see lots of bagpipes, kilts, and of course Scotch! It can’t get any more Scottish!
Modern architecture and historic distilleries
It’s no coincidence that Glasgow was named the ‘British city of architecture and design’ in 1999. The Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow Science Centre and The Lighthouse give Glasgow allure and a modern image. Of course, Scotland’s largest city also has plenty of culture and history. For instance, you can visit the old Glengoyne Distillery to see how whisky is made. Your trip will not be complete without a visit to the amazing Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Glasgow is not only the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Scotland. Treat yourself: book a flight to Glasgow now!
Shopping from early morning to late at night
Glasgow is the most important shopping city in the United Kingdom aside from London. The Italian Centre and also the St. Enoch Centre are well worth a visit. This is Europe’s largest shopping centre and has all of the best-known brands and chains within easy reach. Sports fans definitely need to see a game with Celtic F.C. or Glasgow Rangers. If you’ve worked up an appetite, pop into one of the city’s many traditional pubs to quickly refuel.
Flights to Glasgow for a unique holiday
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ARTS & CULTURE
The modern and vibrant city of Glasgow features a splendid monument dating back to the Middle Ages: the 12th-century Glasgow Cathedral, also known as High Kirk of Glasgow, St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral. The dark spire and green roofs proudly tower over the city’s contemporary buildings. The tomb of the eponymous Scottish saint and the beautiful Victorian cemetery draw many visitors.
ARTS & CULTURE
Not many museums can get away with casually displaying a World War II aeroplane amidst stuffed animals and international masterpieces. But anything is possible at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, one of the most beautiful museums in the United Kingdom. In addition to its famous collection of paintings and impressive natural history department, the museum is filled with fun curiosities. And just who exactly is Sir Roger?
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