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Last Minute Holidays to Glasgow
Book last minute deals to Glasgow with Voyage Prive and discover more about nouveau architecture, music and the great outdoors.
Time to take a tour
Glasgow is a city to be explored and the great news is there's an abundance of tours to show you everything you need to see. Of course, you'll find traditional City Sightseeing Bus tours, guiding you around the main attractions of the city and offering insightful facts and information. Yet Glasgow has a quirky side too and you can enjoy a Mural Trail tour of the city's mind-boggling street art, as well as fascinating music tours.
History spills from Glasgow and floods the city with culture, so it's no wonder that there are plenty of museums just waiting to be discovered. The Gallery of Modern Art is a beautiful building inside and out and full of inspiring contemporary art. It is the main gallery for contemporary art in Glasgow and often holds exciting exhibitions and workshops, so there's always something to see and do. Not into art? How about the Scottish Football Museum instead? Home to over 2,000 pieces of football memorabilia, this museum located at the national stadium Hampden Park is a must-see for sports fans. And these are only two of the many museums in Glasgow, with a great deal of them being free to enter, making them a great choice for any adventurer.
Views for miles
With a skyline like Glasgow's - full of church spires, ancient architecture and modern masterpieces - it's no wonder that tourists and locals alike flock to find beautiful views of the city. Luckily, there are some brilliant options available. Visit The Lighthouse, an architecture and design centre. It's free to enter, but be warned you'll have to climb a long spiral staircase to reach the top - the views will be worth it though! Of course, you could also visit Queen's Park on the Southside of Glasgow. From here, you'll even be able to see the snow-tipped peaks of the Highlands almost 100 miles away.
Whether you're after romantic views, layers of history or something a little quirky it's all waiting for you in Glasgow. Book last minute Glasgow holidays with Voyage Prive and unearth this wonderful Scottish city and everything it has to offer. </P