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48 Hours in Glasgow

Tuesday 11 July 2017 by Florence Evans

Considered the lesser-loved of Scotland’s urban gems, Glasgow offers a cosmopolitan grandeur that contrasts with Edinburgh’s enchantingly gothic cityscape. This city has everything it needs to be both a tourist hotspot and a stylish place to live, with the Glaswegians offering a heart-warming welcome, UNESCO-accredited art galleries, museums galore and even its very own local hero, Charles Rennie Macintosh, painter and architect who made a name for the city. From curiosity shops and local attractions to some fantastic bars and restaurants to enjoy, a visit to Glasgow will most certainly not disappoint.

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Tuk Tuk Glasgow

Friday 24 February 2017 by Florence Evans

The nationally celebrated Indian street food restaurant Tuk Tuk has come to Glasgow - just a short walk from our apartments. Of course, we thought it worth getting the low down…

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What's on in Glasgow Spring 2016

Tuesday 12 April 2016 by Sam Moore

Scotland's largest and the UK's third largest city, Glasgow is packed full of cultural highlights waiting to be explored.

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City Focus - Glasgow and Edinburgh

Friday 10 July 2015 by Maya Singer Hobbs

Following Leila’s recent trip to Glasgow and Edinburgh, We caught up with her to find out her thoughts on the cities.

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Where to shop in Glasgow

Monday 23 February 2015 by Christine Ormsby

Scotland’s capital boasts a fantastic selection of shopping districts, from large complexes to historic arcades and cultural quarters, all offering a unique shopping experience.

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