Things To Look For When Renting an Apartment in Glasgow

Whether you’re about to embark on a new journey at the University of Glasgow, or you’re just generally beginning a new chapter of your life in the city, you’re going to want to find high-quality accommodation. Of course, you will need to consider the important factors such as your budget and who you’re going to live with. But, being situated in Glasgow, there are a few other things that you need to thoroughly consider to ensure your renting experience is… Keep Reading

Do Something Daring in Glasgow

We’re all susceptible to falling into the trap of living our own cosy routines where we don’t take too many risks. Of course, not taking risks is generally a sensible approach in life, but every now and then you have to spice things up and do things that you might not usually do. That doesn’t mean putting everything you own on black or red; just challenge yourself to do something new now and then. Here are a few quick-fire suggestions… Keep Reading

Top Sporting Events to See in Glasgow

Glasgow is synonymous with staging some of the world’s greatest sporting spectacles and is famed for its passionate supporters who bring colour and noise to any given match. The historic city continues to host numerous top-class sporting contests and visitors to Glasgow will no doubt be hoping to catch some of these must-see events. International Football Glasgow is famed for its footballing allegiances and there are numerous stadium tours available across the city. Hampden Park regularly hosts International matches such… Keep Reading

Glasgow’s Casinos Reviewed

Glasgow has better nightlife options than any other provincial city in the UK, and its casino scene certainly rivals anything outside of London. With no less than 4 quality casinos, Glaswegian punters have plenty to choose from, and it’s no wonder that the city’s casinos attract many out-of-town visitors too. Let’s look at each of Glasgow’s casinos in detail. Alea Casino Located at Springfield Quay on the River Clyde, the Alea offers the gourmet dining experience, live shows and atmospheric… Keep Reading

Glasgow’s Top Restaurants

We all love going for a night out. This can be done in countless ways, whether it’s going to a bar or pub, attending sporting events, going for a walk, going to the gym, competing in classes or clubs, going shopping, dancing and much more. The simplest way of doing this is by going to a restaurant. Getting together with friends to eat is a fantastic way of spending time, catching up and having a great meal. We can also… Keep Reading

Cost-effective Glasgow nightlife options this Christmas

Glasgow witnessed a hugely successful Christmas lights switching-on ceremony in George Square recently, and it opened the floodgates to another season of festive fun as hordes of people flock to this party-centric city to enjoy the legendary nightlife. But whilst fancy bars like Blythswood Square and the city’s extravagant casinos may offer some exclusive attractions, for those of us who wish to save some pennies for Christmas presents, there are plenty of other exciting options. Whilst the big musical names… Keep Reading

Tickets On Sale for Ashton Lane Hogmanay Street Party 2014

Tickets have gone on sale for the biggest Hogmanay street party in Glasgow as Ashton Lane gets ready to bring in the bells at its highly anticipated annual New Year street party. 3000 tickets are available for Crabbie’s Ashton Lane Hogmanay Street Party and are expected to be snapped up quickly as party-goers get set for another amazing New Year celebration on the cobbles of the west end’s most atmospheric street. For £25 a ticket, revellers (strictly over 18s only)… Keep Reading

Welcome to the new GetOutGlasgow

In the 2 years since I launched GetOutGlasgow, it’s seen quite a number of iterations in terms of both the type of content we’ve been publishing and the look of the site. Today we’re launching the latest version and, in my opinion, the best yet. Built completely from scratch, using the latest techniques, the site has been built from the ground up with mobile users primarily in mind (given that consistently 60 to 70% of the site’s traffic is on… Keep Reading

Planning a Glasgow Wedding: Issue #3, Glasgow Wedding Collective Fair

The bank holiday may sadly not have been a sunny one for Glaswegians, but luckily there was plenty of fun to be had indoors for the city’s brides-to-be and their bridesmaids, mothers, fiancés (and even fathers, aunties and uncles if you count the sizeable and supportive entourage I dragged along) on Sunday at The Glasgow Wedding Collective Showcase. Held from 11am-5pm at The Lighthouse on Mitchell Lane (handily, just off Buchanan Street) the GWC’s website promised that their showcase offered… Keep Reading

Best Clubs in Glasgow For Over 18s

Due to recent tragic events, the Godfather of Glasgow nightclubs The Arches has taken the decision to review its entry policies, meaning that effective immediately all club nights in the venue are now over 21 events, as opposed to the previous age restriction of 18. This drastic decision has meant there is now a group of 18 – 20 year old electronic music lovers who are looking for somewhere to get their clubbing fix of a weekend. Although The Arches,… Keep Reading

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