Glasgow is one of Europe’s most exciting destinations, with excellent attractions, places to eat and great evening entertainment. See world renowned works in several museums and galleries - many of which are free to visit - and admire the city’s mix of architecture, perhaps on a bus tour, before enjoying a fantastic meal and night out.
Glasgow has an amazing variety of attractions – but did you know it is also known as the “dear green place” as it is home to more than 90 parks and gardens? Many of these beautiful green spaces also boast attractions within their boundaries so you can enjoy the best of both worlds in the heart of the city.
2014, the Year of Homecoming Scotland, will see Glasgow play host to a number of exciting events. The XX Commonwealth Games will be held in Glasgow from 23 July to 3 August. But Glasgow’s not just for the athletes – you can try out some of the courses and venues for yourself.
The Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome is open to everyone and offers training sessions with equipment or you can take a tour of Hampden Park, the home of Scottish football. You can even arrange to play at the Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre for free, which sits in a stunning location amongst Kelvingrove Park.
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