The Best Rainy Day Activities in Glasgow

With up to 200 rainy days per year on average in Glasgow, it’s inevitable that visitors might be in for a wet visit at the Dear Green Place. And with all that wet weather, no one can enjoy the Glasgow Greens, for which they are so famously named. Luckily, Glasgow is filled with plenty of phenomenal indoor activities – from old classics to newly prized institutions, there’s enough to do every rainy day of the year. Go Back in Glasgow’s… Keep Reading

Top attractions to photograph in Glasgow

When visiting Glasgow city centre you want to make sure not to miss its top attractions. With a wide range of activities to do, the city offers something for everybody. Whether you like to spend your day visiting museums, walking around and relaxing in city parks or checking out historic buildings, in Glasgow it is all possible. Today we would like to highlight activities that are perfect to do if you are a photography lover. We will show you what… Keep Reading

Looking for Wonderful and Weird Things to Do in Glasgow? Try the Moffat Sheep Races

Everyone knows that Scotland is home to some of the most brilliant, fun and weird traditions out there – and they are usually inspired by healthy dose of Scottish tradition. For example, the world-famous Haggis Hurling Competition is said to be based upon the custom of Scottish women tossing haggis across a river to their hard-working husbands at the fields, rather than wasting time to walk over to the bridge, while the annual coal-carrying race in Kelty is believed to… Keep Reading

A Guide to Glasgow’s Best Casinos

Glasgow is a city that offers a lot of charm in the daytime as well as an exciting nightlife! There are plenty of pubs and bars to keep you entertained, and when you tire of the banter, you can head over to one of several high-class casinos to play your favorite tables and try your luck. This guide will help you find the best casino for you in Glasgow. Stay at Home with Online Casinos Glasgow has multiple land-based casinos,… Keep Reading

Holidaying at Home: The Best Hotels in Glasgow

Glasgow is largely known as an industrial powerhouse. However, it also features beautiful Edwardian, Victorian, and Georgian architecture, which has been joined by some stunning modern structures throughout the years. The recommended hotels on this page are among the most beautifully designed buildings in Glasgow. The best places to stay in Glasgow will have you wanting to explore part of the city. And there’s no shortage of things to do in Scotland’s biggest city. Its museums and galleries rank among… Keep Reading

5 Things To See On A Weekend In Glasgow

Heading to Glasgow in a weekend means that you won’t have all of the time in the world to see the most important, and magical, parts of the city. This former UNESCO city for music, and one of the meccas of business and art in the UK, Glasgow is a great option if you’re heading to Scotland for the weekend. So, pack up your suitcase, renew your European Health Insurance Card, and book your flights, as this quick guide on… Keep Reading

Top 5 European Restaurants in Glasgow

If you’re looking for a taste of Europe in Glasgow, whether you’re a local seeking to broaden your horizons or a holidaymaker wanting to sample the best of the continent, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed. The city is home to dozens of top eateries, offering everything from fine dining to all-you-can eat buffets. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your woolly jumpers and your European Health Insurance Card and get ready to explore Glasgow. Without further ado, here… Keep Reading

How to Prepare for a Day at the Races in and Around Glasgow

There are some great opportunities to enjoy a day at the races for those who live in Glasgow. Hamilton Park Racecourse is only 15 miles from the city centre and Ayr racecourse is just 37 miles south-west of the city. While a day at the races can be a highly enjoyable experience, if you fail to prepare properly, it could all go so wrong. Make sure that you make the most of your day by noting these practical tips. What… Keep Reading

From Halloween to Black Friday: How the UK Embraces US Traditions

The Americans are coming, Glasgow. With every passing year, we adopt little slices of US culture a little bit more and embrace them as if they were our own. With Christmas on the horizon, this is especially prevalent of course, with Yankee traditions coming thick and fast at every turn. It’s not a wholly modern phenomenon of course, although it does seem to have sped up in recent years. America is a country that does entertainment and events bigger and better than anyone… Keep Reading

How to make the most of a small city garden

Not having a huge outdoor space doesn’t mean you have to be any less creative. After all, they do say that the best things come in small packages, and small city gardens are no exception to that. Not only are they much easier to maintain, they can easily be transformed into an outdoor haven on a budget. From creating a fairy light inspired canopy to finding the perfect composite fencing to suit your outdoor style, making the most of a… Keep Reading

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