Perched on the River Clyde is Scotland’s biggest city. Glasgow is actually the third largest city in the UK, with a population of 600,000 people. Here you’re walking through one of the Industrial Revolution’s pivotal districts. With a rich history in engineering, textiles and shipbuilding still evident wherever you wander.
Today, Glasgow is also famous for its arts and culture scene. With the School of Art, Zaha Hadid’s award-winning Riverside Museum, and Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum all making waves. Visitors also flock to Hampden Park for a taste of football history.
And with plenty of space and a curious population, it’s no surprise Glasgow has the nation’s second highest retail spend after London. Check out the Style Mile hotspots of Princes Square and Buchanan Street for cool shops and big brand names. Or head to the West End, for acclaimed vintage and antique boutiques.View all Glasgow spaces