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Glasgow Bike Tours In Botanic Gardens
Glasgow Botanic Gardens © Glasgow Bike Tours

Full Bhuna 6 hour Bike Tour with Lunch Stop

From £55 per adult

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January — December

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The Full Bhuna Glaswegian speak for ” absolutely everything…nothing left out”! The Full Bhuna starts at 10.30am and takes you through lunch to 4pm, when you will feel like you have seen all that Glasgow has to offer…but will leave you wanting more.

During the Full Bhuna, you will visit all the famous sights covered in the Glasgow City Tour, but you will also get to see some rare treats like the Maryhill Locks on the Forth and Clyde canal; some of Glasgow’s stunning murals, including “St Mungo”; have a mouth watering lunch at one of Glasgow’s best micro-breweries (not included) and then if you are still in the mood, finish the tour with a whisky (not included) and a “blether” (definitely included!). The word “shoogly” among others will also be demonstrated and explained, giving a roundness to your Glasgow education.

Contact details

Glasgow Bike Tours
28 Vinicombe Street
City of Glasgow
G12 8BE
Glasgow West End
Bespoke Medium Group (17-30) Private Small Group (1-16)
English French

Tour prices


  • £55 Per Adult
  • £30 Per child
  • £45 Concession
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Prices are subject to change depending on season


Tour company information

Glasgow Bike Tours

Sightseeing bike tours of Glasgow's famous sights via its hidden pathways. There is no better way to experience Glasgow and see its sights than by bicycle. For locals and visitors alike, you can go where the buses can’t and see far more of Glasgow in a morning or afternoon than on any other kind of tour. Bike, guide and helmet included.

Opening times

9.00am to 8pm every day.

Tour times at 10.30 and 2pm daily.

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