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Best things to do in Glasgow

Kunstgalerie
“Housing Dali's St John of the Cross, and an organ recital daily at 1pm. (free entry)”
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Park
“This park surrounds the art museum and is also located near Glasgow University. This is a great place to head for a lovely stroll and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.”
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Botanical Garden
“Features several glasshouses, the most notable of which is the Kibble Palace.”
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Museum
“This is a must see location in Glasgow. Offers you with some history and culture as well as some great Architecture! It also offers some spectacular views of the river clyde.”
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Sonstiges Nachtleben
“Little cobbled lane lined on both sides with pubs and restaurants, fun night out!”
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Gastropub
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“West ends premier entertainment spot. its bars restaurants, theatre, concert venue and nightclub. open till 3am fabulous whiskey collection and home of Glasgow's famous lunchtime theatre a play a pie a pint....check their website for whats on and tickets”
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University
“The University of Glasgow is a public research university. Founded by the papal bull in 1451, it is the forth oldest university in the English spealking world and one of Scotland’s four ancient universities. It was originally located in the city’s High street however since1870 it has resided here...spectacular views and the cloisters are worth a visit as well as the Hungarian museum.”
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Playground
“Lovely for walks, play area and the People's Palace museum is worth a visit”
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Kunstgalerie
“Situated in the heart of the city, GoMA is Scotland's most visited modern art gallery containing four galleries, a café, a shop and a library. GoMA is a world class art museum and a place for people to gather, to learn and to share ideas. We display, borrow and collect artworks from around the world.”
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Museum
“You will experience Countryside in the City as well as being able to visit Pollok House (National Trust) Burrel Collection is closed for refurb.”
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Friedhof
“inspired by the famous Père Lachaise in Paris, Glasgow’s Necropolis is a remarkable Victorian cemetery adorned with some 3,500 monuments. Amongst the most notable graves are a monument to Protestant Reformation leader John Knox, and a Celtic cross designed by influential Glaswegian architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Guided walking tours around the cemetery are available a few times a month and are a brilliant way to uncover its fascinating history.”
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Kirche
“Glasgow Cathedral and the Necropolis are definitely worth a visit and not far from the flat”
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Science Museum
“A fun place, not the least for kids but certainly for adults too. Free access, but you pay a fair amount for special experiences. The Planetarium is really worth it.”
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Museum
“Provides a unique view of what it was like to live in Glasgow in the early industrial period.”
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Establishment
“To get to SECC Glasgow, you can walk for about 10-12 minutes (0.7miles) to Argyle Scotrail Station from where you can take the train to Exhibition Centre (5 min, 3 stops), then walk for about 9minutes (0.5 miles) to SEC Centre. Getting back we recommend you to take the same route or travel by train from: Exhibition Centre Station to Bridgeton Railway Station, from where you can take bus service SimpliCITY18 towards City Centre, hop off at Green Street Bus Stop (3 stops, 2 minutes journey) from where you will walk about 2 minutes to get back to the property. This route can be used to avoid walking. Same route to get to SECC (opposite direction!). ”
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Bar
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“A Scottish icon, Ubiquitous Chip is set over a few floors with a terrace and a downstairs restaurant that has been wonderfully decorated to resemble a rainforest. Complete with a lake and humongous plants visitors can cross the wooden bridge upstairs and take a seat overlooking the jungle below. The Chip was opened by Ronnie Clydesdale in January 1971 at a time when Scottish cuisine was confined solely to the home. The menu is inspired by regional Scottish dishes using solely Scottish produce.”
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