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Glasgow has long been established as an excellent place to live, work, rest and play. As a major European cultural capital, it is also a great place to visit.

Glasgow has an vibrant nightlife where one can visit any number of restaurants, pubs, clubs and cafes in the city.

For a more restful pace there are 13 free museums and galleries to choose from and with over 70 parks and gardens spread across the city you are sure to find your own personal oasis.

World-class events? There are events all year round in Glasgow; with music events and concerts, carnivals, festivals and performances, there’s always something going on in this vibrant city. More... 

World-class arts’ facilities? Art and culture are important in Glasgow life where galleries and museums are in abundance - most with free admission. A choice of over 20 includes the world's first Museum of Religion and the renowned Burrell Collection in Pollok Park More... 

Attractions? The Glasgow Tower is the world's first tower capable of revolving through 360° from the ground up. Standing at over 122m (400 feet) in height, the Glasgow Tower has displays on the city's past as well as future development, together with a viewing platform that can give views of some 40 miles North & South. Other places of interest include Glasgow Cathedral , Glasgow Science Centre, Museum Of Transport and much More... 

Shopping? Glasgow is the second largest shopping centre in the UK. You can shop at many major UK high street stores, smaller boutiques, department stores and a wide variety of specialty shops, including craft and antique shops to suit every taste and interest. More...

Nightlife? The most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland. From Cathouse, ABC, The Arches, The Tunnel, Glasgow has a fibrant range of clubs covering all age groups and themes. More...

Over 3 million tourists from all over the world each year are drawn to Glasgow by its wealth of cultural attractions and activities.