Monthly Archives: April 2015


Glasgow is renowned as the largest city in the beautiful and friendly country of Scotland, off the coast of the main continent of Europe. The city, which covers an area of 175.5 square kilometres, is famous for its heritage sites, its popular culture, and of course, many other factors, which makes it a must visit. It is divided into the urban and suburban areas, each populated with its own people. The former part of the city is called Greater Glasgow, and together with the suburban part, the city attracts several tourist and visitors each year. It is undoubtedly, one of the most exciting centers in all of Scotland.There is no dearth of reasons why it is absolutely essential that you visit Glasgow. In fact, when you are in the country, it is likely that the city was already on your ‘places-to-Visit’ list. That is because Glasgow is a city which can offer its visitors everything that they demand.If you are a fan of ancient buildings, historical sites, museums and the like, then there is no place better than Glasgow. On the other hand, if you are a people’s person, then too you can visit this city, which is known for its friendliness and hospitable environment. It also adequately represents the authentic Scottish culture, which is unique, attractive and very, very interesting to experience first hand.

However, if you like none of the above and you like to keep up with the times, then too Glasgow does not disappoint. There are countless shopping spots and some very well-stocked shopping malls as well. The nightlife too is worth mentioning. It is active and exciting, and it is bound to leave you breathless.Despite the fact that there is so much to see, and there is so much to do, there are a few places that you must not miss at any cost when you are in Glasgow. The Glasgow Science Center is one of these places, which has a science mall, an IMAX cinema, the Glasgow Tower and has received a 5-star rating when it comes to best places to visit in Scotland. Other places are The Gallery of Modern Art, the Royal Exchange Square, the Glasgow City of Chamber and of course, the well-renowned University of Glasgow and the splendid view of the city that you get from the Lighthouse.