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Glasgow : Michelin's recommendations
Scotland’s most populous city, Glasgow flourished in the 19C. In the 1960s it went into decline with the closure of its shipyards, but subsequently diversified into technology industries. Its architecture reflects this history: classic Georgian façades, Victorian baroque palaces, marvels of Modernism and futurist buildings… it is Glasgow’s inhabitants, though, who represent the true manifestation of the city’s spirit, best experienced in its pubs and football stadiums.
Tourist attractions Glasgow : Things to see and do
Castle Street GB - Glasgow
The fourth sanctuary built on the site chosen by St Mungo in the 7C, the present cathedral was not completed until the 15C but the interior dates from the 13 and 14C. It is hard to encompass it all from the square; much better to go to the Necropolis..
82 Hillhead Street GB - Glasgow G12 8QQ
This wing is a reconstruction of the house of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928). Its interiors decorated with highly original motifs show that he was a pioneer of architecture and what today is called design. The white wood panelling heightened..
2060 Pollokshaws Road GB - Glasgow G41 1AT
This collection is a must-see on two accounts: the venue, Pollock Park, is the town's largest park and an oasis of freshness and tranquillity; and for the museum, which embodies the success of a collector, the ambitions and the breadth of his collect..
165 West Nile Street GB - Glasgow G1 2RL
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The Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Theatreland is well-placed in the city centre, just a few metres from shops and nightlife. It has a bar, a restaurant and bright modern bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. Ideal for Glasgow's theatres and restaurants, this Holi..
St. Andrew House, 141 Nile Street GB - Glasgow G1 2RN
In the heart of Glasgow, this Premier Inn is just 5 minutes’ walk from the Theatre Royal and the Gallery of Modern Art. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, modern rooms and a Thyme Restaurant. The spacious bedrooms at Premier Inn Glasgow City (Bucha..
161 West Nile Street GB - Glasgow G1 2RL
This 4-star Holiday Inn is located in the heart of Glasgow, just 50 metres from the Royal Concert Hall. It offers bright, elegant rooms with modern bathrooms, 1 hour of free Wi-Fi and an award-winning restaurant. Bedrooms are light and airy and are ..
Leisure activities Glasgow
Explore Glasgow–known throughout the world for its groundbreaking design and architecture; not to mention its vibrant culture and warm hospitality. Make the most of Glasgow's 22 sightseeing stops to discover: Glasgow Cathedral University of Glasg..
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Unravel more than 5,000 years of Scottish history with the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass. With free entry to over 70 properties, you can explore the archaeological sites, war-torn castles, ancient monuments, and abbeys of Scotland. This pass offer..
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Discover the stunning scenery of the Highland Lochs on a tour that takes you from historic hamlets to scenic woodland. Visit Scotland's oldest distillery and enjoy the country's best-loved whisky. This full-day tour gives you a panoramic tour of the..
176 West Regent St. GB - Glasgow G2 4RL
Georgian house in the heart of the city, boasting original pillars, ornate carved ceiling and modern art. Well-spaced, linen-clad tables; friendly, formal service from well-versed team. Classically based cooking presented in a modern style.
278 West George St GB - Glasgow G2 4LL
Characterful hotel brasserie set in the vaults of a former Masonic chapel, with informal, intimate atmosphere, booth seating and adjoining champagne bar. Classical menus have a French edge.
99 Gordon St GB - Glasgow G1 3SF
11 Blythswood Sq GB - Glasgow G2 4AD
Stylish hotel restaurant in the old ballroom of the stunning former RAC building. Menus divide each course into 'classic' and 'contemporary' dishes, and there's a dedicated steak selection.
118a Blythswood St GB - Glasgow G2 4EG
Intimate seafood restaurant which resembles an old-fashioned brasserie, with its wooden floor, banquettes and local art. Classic dishes are straightforward in style - but with fish this fresh, it doesn't need to be complicated.
225a West George St. GB - Glasgow G2 2ND
Extensive and appealing seafood menu; simple and effective cooking from chef-owner, with lemon sole a speciality. Comfortable dining room with good service from well-versed team.