As cities go, Glasgow is contained and compact. It's set up on a grid system, so it's easy to navigate and explore, and the best way to tackle it is on foot. In the eastern part of the city, start by exploring Glasgow Cathedral and other highlights of the oldest section of the city, then wander through the rest of the Merchant City. From there you can just continue into the City Centre with its designer shops, art galleries, and eateries. From here you can either walk (it takes a good 45 minutes) or take the subway to the West End. If you walk, head up Sauchiehall Street. Once in the West End, visit the Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Glasgow University, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. A walk through Kelvingrove Park will being you to the Finnieston area. You can take a taxi to the South Side to experience Pollok House. For Glasgow’s East End, walk down High Street from the cathedral to the Tron Cross; from there you can walk to the Barras market and Glasgow Green.

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  • 1. City Sightseeing

    City Centre | Tour–Sight

    Daily hop-on, hop-off bus tours of Glasgow in open-topped double-decker buses are offered by City Sightseeing. The full tour lasts just under...Read More

  • 2. Glasgow Taxis

    City Centre | Tour–Sight

    Few people know the city better than taxi drivers. Glasgow Taxis will organize a guided Mackintosh tour around Glasgow, a Burns tour to Ayrshire...Read More

  • 3. Little's Chauffeur Drive


    You can arrange personally tailored car-and-driver tours, both locally and throughout Scotland....Read More

  • 4. Rabbie's Trail Burners


    Choose from a range of well-regarded one-, two-, and three-day minibus tours with guides to Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, Stirling, and the Highlands...Read More

  • 5. Scottish Tourist Guides Association


    The association provides qualified and accredited Blue Badge Guides with specific areas of expertise; guides also speak a range of languages...Read More

  • 6. Waverley Excursions

    Clyde | Tour–Sight

    The last seagoing paddle steamer, the wonderful Waverley has retired several times, but the city refuses to let this Glasgow institution fade...Read More

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