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Best things to do in Glasgow

Bar
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“Nice friendly bar/ restaurant with a delicious, fresh and ever changing menu, laid back atmosphere. Their breakfasts re pretty good, they have a dedicated bloody mary menu. Win. ”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“Amazing Thai restaurant in the west end of Glasgow offering great food and atmosphere.”
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Kunstgalerie
“The building was one of Art Nouveau designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s first commissions and was originally the Glasgow Herald newspaper offices. Now it’s a centre for design and architecture, with a free exhibition on Mackintosh’s work. Don’t forget to head up the spiral stairs of the old water tower for a great view across Glasgow city centre. ”
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Kunstgalerie
“Nice gallery, always well curated and interesting exhibitions, German Expressionism 1918-1919 at time of writing (July 2019). (free entry)”
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Brauerei
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“Awesome for a sunny pint or 2. These guys are passionate about what they do and will serve you up a right treat in a glass.”
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Supermarkt
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“If you want high-quality products that Morrison's don't have you might want to try Waitrose. It is not the nearest supermarket but they have things that you won't find everywhere so if you are passing by you should drop in.”
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Stadium
“Everything from rugby, football to entertainment Scotland's national stadium has it all”
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Café
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“Scots LOVE a good cu of tea, and a few places offer more variety than Tchai-Ovna. This charming, slightly peculiar little tea shop is housed in a former 19th century stables, tucked into a cobbled lane in the city’s west end. In addition to dozens of tasty leaf tea, they serve delicious vegan and vegetarian food and also host live music three to four times a week... ”
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Establishment
“Celtic Park is a football stadium in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, and is the home ground of Celtic Football Club”
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Café
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“My favourite restaurant in Glasgow! Locally sourced food and driftwood furniture with detailed stained glass panels within big windows.”
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Kunstgalerie
“The Burrell is a lovely collection of objects, housed in a beautiful building, set amidst lovely woodland and parkland. It's a bit difficult to get to from the West End, but it's worth it. If the weather's good it's worth also spending time in the surrounding Pollok Country Park.”
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Allgemeine Unterhaltung
“Contemporary Art Exhibitions, film and performance, a spectacular vegan restaurant, and a great little bar. ”
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Whisky-Bar
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“Ben Nevis have a huge range of whisky and craft beers. There's often live Scottish folk music on at weekends too.”
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Indisches Restaurant
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“Mother India is one of Glasgow's favourite indian restaurants, and is at the end of the street! ”
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Premise
“Private art collection in Pollock Country Park. Currently being refurbished and slated to reopen in 2020. I love going here on Saturday mornings in the winter and just taking it all in. There's a Cafe too and a great kids play park just outside.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Walk for about 2 minutes to Green St. from where you should take Bus service SimpliCITY18 towards George Square (3 stops) and hop off at Glasgow Cross Stop, from where you will walk for about 7 minutes (about 0.4 miles) till you get to St. George Square, City Center. The entire journey takes about 13 minutes. Getting back from St. George Square, you should take the same route: From George Square, walk for about 2 minutes, take bus service SimpliCITY 18 from Ingram Street (the bust stop is right in front of CAU restaurant) this journey has 6 stops and takes about 11 minutes. Hop off at Green Street Stop and walk for 2 minutes back to the property. Tickets can be purchased from the driver. ”
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