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Glasgow Packages

Duration Price
Highlights Of London and Scotland In 6 Days6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,09,900
London and Scotland With Harry Potter Trail8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,09,000
Ultimate Tour of United Kingdom8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,09,956
UK Scotland Ireland Tour Package10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,54,000
London Ireland Tour Package8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,35,900
London & Scotland Escape with FREE Loch Lomond Cruise8 days & 6 nights
INR 2,70,500

Booking our scintillating Glasgow tours is one of the most convenient ways to enjoy sightseeing and activities in the port city of Glasgow. Most sightseeing packages are designed to comprehensively tour around the city with visits to all the prime attractions like the Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow School of Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The city has several historic places like cathedrals, museums, art galleries, and statues that are worth a visit.

To enjoy shopping in Glasgow, include the happening places of the city like George Square and the Merchant District that are lined with boutiques, cafes, casinos, and restaurants in your Glasgow tour packages to shop for fashion apparel and to indulge in food tours.

To add a dash of adventure to your Glasgow sojourn, include activities like wakeboarding at Wake Park and Trampolining at Ryze Glasgow to relish thrilling moments. You can also visit the Necropolis and experience a different feeling of touring amidst the tombs of the Victorian cemetery. Most of the Glasgow packages span over one night and two days and are embedded within Scotland packages. So, what are you waiting for? Book our handcrafted Glasgow packages and be ascertained of an enthralling Glasgow holiday.

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How much time do I need to visit Sydney? What is the ideal duration to explore Sydney?

Since Sydney is replete with numerous tourist attractions that are located within and outside the city limits, a couple of days would not suffice. In order to cover all major places of interest, you would at least require to spend 5 to 7 days here.

What are the best places to visit in Glasgow?

1. Glasgow Cathedral: The most visited place in all Glasgow tours, Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest church in Scotland built in the medieval times. The construction of the cathedral started in 1136 and is dedicated to Saint Mungo.

The first cathedral was damaged by fire and was consecrated again. This cathedral survived the Reformation of 1560 intact and today, it stands majestically flaunting its domed roofs and coloured "Munich Glass”. The cathedral is 87 metres long and the nave roof is 32 metres high which makes it an architectural wonder even today.

Location: Castle St, Glasgow G4 0QZ, United Kingdom

2. Glasgow School of Art: One of Europe's leading university-level art schools, this internationally acclaimed education institution offers undergraduate, post-graduate, PhD programs in architecture. This art school was founded in 1845 and is ranked eighth in the world for Art and Design.

The school has Student Led Campus Tours for visitors and prospective students to get an insight into the institution. Most of Scotland’s famous artists have been the alumni of this art school and if you are someone who loves art, this is a must-visit place in your Glasgow tours.

Location: 167 Renfrew St, Glasgow G3 6RQ, United Kingdom

3. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: This museum is one of the most beautiful places in Glasgow that is frequented by locals and tourists on exploring the city with Glasgow tours. The museum has a mind-boggling collection of 8000 objects like arms, armour, and pieces of art and are put on display in 22 themed galleries.

The showstoppers at the museum are the 'Christ of St John of the Cross’ painting, Sir Roger the Asian elephant, and the Spitfire plane. Apart from the exhibits, Kelvingrove Museum also has a restaurant, a cafe, and gift shop for the tourists to shop and munch.

Location: Argyle Street, Glasgow, City Of Glasgow, G3 8AG

4. George Square and the Merchant District: Named after King George III, the George Square in Glasgow is located in the city center of Glasgow and is surrounded by historic statues, beautiful sculptures of iconic Scotsmen, stately buildings, and fine dining restaurants.

Merchant City lies close to the George Square and is lined with designer boutiques, gourmet Scottish restaurants, Indian and Mediterranean bistros, cocktail lounges, and many 18th century buildings. For those of laid back and culinary Glasgow tours, these pompous areas are no-miss destinations to dine, shop, and have fun.

Location: Glasgow Central

5. Necropolis: Necropolis is a Victorian cemetery in Glasgow where more than 50,000 people including many prominent men have been buried. This cemetery is built on a hill and located in the east of the Glasgow cathedral. Visitors can stroll through the tombs of the cemetery and experience a different feeling altogether.

From Glasgow Necropolis, visitors can witness mesmerizing views of the Glasgow Cathedral. This cemetery is indeed an adventurous place that the strong hearted ones can visit as a part of their Glasgow tours.

Location: Castle St, Glasgow G4 0UZ, United Kingdom

6. The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery: Finding its way in all Glasgow tours, this museum is the oldest museum of Scotland and is dedicated to Willian Hunter. The museum is perched within the University of Glasgow and exhibits the collections of William Hunter, displays relating to Roman Scotland, instruments, coins, medals, and much more.

The Hunterian Art Gallery was a vast collection of the works of James McNeill Whistler and the majority of the watercolours of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The museum is open for public visits from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM.

Location: University of, 82 Hillhead St, Glasgow G12 8QQ, United Kingdom

7. Glasgow Science Centre: Located in the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration area, this science museum was opened for public visit on 5 July 2001 by Queen Elizabeth II. This science center is a family destination that has several education science activities for the entire family. The museum offers a plethora of experiences to its visitors like Polar Zero, The Planetarium, Outer Space, and much more to learn more about our Earth.

The museum even hosts several digital science festivals to kindle enthusiasm in science amongst the younger generation. If you are travelling with kids, you should definitely include this science museum in Glasgow tours.

Location: 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1EA, United Kingdom

8. Pollok House: This museum was originally the house of the Stirling Maxwell family for over six centuries that lies amidst the verdant gardens of the Pollok Country Park in the outskirts of Glasgow.

Now, the house has been converted into a house museum and has an outstanding collection of Georgian architecture, luxurious Edwardian furnishings and world-famous art collection, including masterpieces by El Greco, Blake and Murillo. The Pollok House is one of the scenic places that you can visit with Glasgow tours.

What are the best things to do in Glasgow?

1. Spend a day at Glasgow Botanic Gardens: Built in 1841, this verdant garden has several glasshouses housing several tree ferns, orchids, carnivorous plants, and temperate plants. The prime attraction here is the Kibble Palace, a 19th century wrought iron-framed glasshouse. The famous "King Robert of Sicily" statue was added to the garden in the year 1920.

2. Visit the famous Pollok Country Park: Sprawling across 146 hectares of lands, this green space is the largest park of Scotland with lush green woodlands and manicured gardens. The park was once the home to the Maxwell Family and now houses the renowned Burrell Collection. The Pollock House at the center of the park is worth visiting.

3. Taste the finest beer at Drygate Brewery: This signature brewery in Glasgow is designed to reflect the industrial past of Glasgow with its renovated seven peaks flaunting their sawtooth roofs. The brewery welcomes visitors to get an insight into the brewery and the process behind the beer making. The on-site bar here serves the finest renditions of beer.

4. Offer prayers at Glasgow Cathedral: This is the oldest cathedral of Scotland and hence, holds a rich history. The cathedral was built in the medieval period and is believed to be built on the site where St. Kentigern was buried. The stone carved bosses on the ceiling and the stained glass windows fascinate every visitor even today.

5. Marvel at the Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum: Displaying the works from Rubens and Rembrandt to Scottish Colourists and Glasgow Boys, this is the oldest museum in Scotland. The art gallery has the finest collections of James McNeill Whistler and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The Sculpture Courtyard in the outdoor area of the art gallery has modern British art works on exhibit.

6. Delve deep into science at Glasgow Science Centre: Located in the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration area, Glasgow Science Center holds events, exhibitions, cultural performances, workshops & talks on science. There are also many interactive activities to keep the visitors entertained and a planetarium, an IMAX cinema, and The Science Show Theatre too.

How many days are enough in Glasgow?

Glasgow is a weekend destination and can be comprehensively toured around in about two full days. Most best-selling Glasgow tour packages are designed to cover Glasgow in one night and two days.

What are the best adventure activities to do in Glasgow?

1. Wakeboarding at Glasgow Wake Park: There is a wakeboard park in the north of Glasgow where a cable is spanned between two poles and tourists can wakeboard back and forth the cable to have a whale of a time. There are also professional trainers in the Wake Park to teach you the basics and knacks and wakeboarding.

2. Hiking the Kelvin Walkway: There are several hiking and walking routes in Glasgow like the ones in Cathkin Brae Country Park, Drumpellier Country Park, Mugdock Country Park, and Seven Lochs Wetland Park where tourists can walk, hike, and explore the natural features like waterfalls and glens.

3. Trampolining at Ryze Glasgow: Glasgow has an indoor trampoline park, "Ryze Glasgow" where several trampolines and waterfall trampolines are interconnected in various heights and angles to enjoy an exhilarating adventure. If you are looking for thrilling Glasgow tour packages, this activity will top the list of all available packages.

4. Climbing at The Climbing Academy: Glasgow has The Climbing Academy that has two bouldering centres- one,"The Newsroom" in the Southside and two, "Prop Store" in Maryhill where visitors can enjoy real-life like climbing experience on the preset routes. Prop Store even has a weekly Women's Climbing Club.

Which are the best places to visit in Glasgow at night?

1. Hillhead Bookclub: Open from 12 in the noon to midnight, this bar has everything needed for an electrifying party night - choicest renditions of cocktails, ping-pong, retro computer games for untamed fun, vintage fairs and bingo.

2. The Corinthian Club: Housed within a building at 191 Ingram Street, this event venue is spread across 5 floors and has casinos, restaurants, bars, and clubs that ascertain a night of fun and frolic with your team. The club is open past midnight from Wednesday to Sunday and until 3.00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays.

3. Swing: This subterranean bar serves finest drinks and cocktails, and has several live entertainment performances like acrobats.

4. Escape Room: One of the interesting places in Glasgow that most Glasgow tour packages cover, Escape Room is a must-visit tourist spot. Here, the team of players are kept locked for 60 minutes in a room full of clues to solve a puzzle. Visitors need to escape the room within the stipulated time.

Which are the best places to visit in Glasgow at night?

1. Hillhead Bookclub: Open from 12 in the noon to midnight, this bar has everything needed for an electrifying party night - choicest renditions of cocktails, ping-pong, retro computer games for untamed fun, vintage fairs and bingo.

2. The Corinthian Club: Housed within a building at 191 Ingram Street, this event venue is spread across 5 floors and has casinos, restaurants, bars, and clubs that ascertain a night of fun and frolic with your team. The club is open past midnight from Wednesday to Sunday and until 3.00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays.

3. Swing: This subterranean bar serves finest drinks and cocktails, and has several live entertainment performances like acrobats.

4. Escape Room: One of the interesting places in Glasgow that most Glasgow tour packages cover, Escape Room is a must-visit tourist spot. Here, the team of players are kept locked for 60 minutes in a room full of clues to solve a puzzle. Visitors need to escape the room within the stipulated time.

Which are the best places to stay in Glasgow?

1. Maldron Hotel Glasgow City: One of the best 4-star hotels in the city that finds its place in luxurious Glasgow packages, this upscale hotel features opulent deluxe double and single rooms, well-equipped meeting rooms, and the famous Grain and Grill restaurant.

2. Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Center: This riverfront hotel is located just off the city center and features lavish guestrooms and suites with mindblowing river views. Facilities at the hotel include Free Wi-Fi, well furnished rooms, meeting rooms, and on-site restaurant.

3. Seton Guest House: This accommodation is built in Victorian architecture and has modest rooms with all modern day amenities like king beds, smart TVs, WiFi, and USB charging points. For budget friendly Glasgow packages, this guest house is the best bet for accommodation.

4. Glades House: One of the oldest guest houses in south Glasgow that has been welcoming guests for over 25 years, Glades House is a family run business. The rooms are warm and chic with central heating and double glazing. There is free Wi-Fi all through the premises.

What are the best historical places to see in Glasgow?

1. Provand’s Lordship: This is one of the four surviving medieval houses that has been converted into a medieval house. The "auld hoose" was built in 1471 and has many furniture and portraits dating back to the 17th century.

2. The Necropolis: This is a Victorian cemetery where about 50,000 people have been buried. Today, the cemetery is open for public visits and lies next to the famous Glasgow cathedral. One can find this place in all Glasgow tour packages.

3. Glasgow Cathedral: This parish church is the oldest cathedral in mainland Scotland that is famous for its wrought-iron domed ceiling and stained glass windows. The cathedral is more than 800 years old and its magnificence and heritage is visibly seen in every single brick.

4. The Duke of Wellington Statue: This historic piece of sculpture was sculpted by Italian artist Carlo Marochetti. The statue is of Wellington in a conical hat and is a must visit historical place in Glasgow.

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