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Leonardo Inn Hotel Glasgow West End

4 Shelley Road, G12 0ZD Glasgow
Popular bars on Byres Road a stroll away
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Jurys Inn Glasgow

80 Jamaica Street, G1 4QG Glasgow
Overlooking the River Clyde
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Glasgow

Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow may not be as well known as Edinburgh but with galleries and museums aplenty, this vibrant place is fast becoming a cultural destination in its own right. Both stylish and down-to-earth, Glasgow charms with its impressive range of Victorian architecture, as well as buildings created by Glasgow’s favourite son, Scottish architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Glaswegians are friendly, too: stop by any one of the many pubs at lunchtime or after work and you’re sure to come away with some local friends. If you’re looking for hotels in Glasgow city centre, Leonardo Inn Hotel Glasgow West End and Jurys Inn Glasgow both offer an ideal base from which to explore this fascinating city.

Get your bearings

Glasgow’s main shopping boulevard, Buchanan Street, offers visitors the chance to get to know the city’s sights on foot. Besides high-street shops, luxury department stores and independent boutiques, the street features some beautiful architectural icons, including the  St Enoch subway station, a unique mix of Scots baronial and art nouveau architectural styles.

Don’t miss

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is home to some of the greatest masterpieces of European art, including works by Rembrandt and Dalí. After a morning of art, head to Kelvingrove Park for a picnic on the shore of the languid River Kelvin.

While you’re there

For a change of pace head to The Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery with around 3,500 monuments. Admire the beautiful headstones designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh or climb to the top of the hill for spectacular views over Glasgow.

Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow may not be as well known as Edinburgh but with galleries and museums aplenty, this vibrant place is fast becoming a...
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