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- City Centre Glasgow
- The SSE Hydro
- Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
- George Square
- University of Glasgow
- Clyde Auditorium
- Buchanan Street
- Royal Concert Hall
- Hampden Park
- Braehead Shopping Centre
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
- Braehead Arena
- Celtic Park
- Kings Theatre Glasgow
- Emirates Arena
- Bellahouston Park
- East Kilbride Shopping Centre
- Theatre Royal
Enjoy Glasgow on a Budget
Things to see in Glasgow
Glasgow has been used as a set for many movies, so a good introduction to the city is taking a walking tour trying to spot as many locations as you can find. Its streets have been used for Hollywood blockbusters such as World War Z, Under the Skin, and Cloud Atlas, so eagle-eyed travelers will have plenty to look out for! Glasgow Cathedral is very popular with visitors. Located right in the center of Cathedral Square, this Church of Scotland place of worship shows off some impressive architecture. If you time your visit right, you might be able to see the cathedral’s choir perform as part of a service. Pollock House is a stately home close to the city center—its landscaped grounds lend themselves to long strolls and holiday snaps. The gardens behind the house feature a famous beech tree, thought to be around 250 years old.
Cheap hotels in Glasgow
There are a lot of cheap hotels in Glasgow to choose from. Whether you want to book a bed in a dorm or spend some more for a private room in one of the many hostels in Glasgow, or fancy checking into a budget guesthouse, we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your budget. Low-cost hotels in Glasgow usually offer standard amenities and mod cons, and are also usually generous with their home comforts. As they’re aimed at younger guests, hostels will usually offer free WiFi, while guesthouses in Glasgow will provide a more personal service, with some offering breakfast.
Where to stay in Glasgow
The West End of Glasgow is a great area to use as a base for the duration of your budget vacation—you’ll be surrounded by a plethora of cheap eateries and low-cost bars and nightclubs. It will also put you within walking distance of most of the city’s landmarks. The M8 motorway creates a physical divide between this area and the city center, but a short bus ride can ferry you between the two districts. Downtown also has a great choice of budget hotels and places to dine out. If you want to be close to galleries and walking tours, book a hotel in the Merchant City.
How to get to Glasgow
Most visitors fly into Glasgow International Airport; there are numerous car rental desks in the airport if you are planning a driving tour of Scotland or the UK, and Glasgow center is only an 18-minute drive away. If you don’t wish to drive, it’s also possible to catch a train into the city—from the airport take the McGill’s 757 bus to nearby Paisley Gilmour station. Most people take a bus into the city center; there are many different services running between the airport and central Buchanan Street. Many train services run through Glasgow Central Train station, so you can travel from another UK location direct to Glasgow.
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