The importance of food and drink, how and where we socialise when visiting a new city, just cannot be underestimated. Glasgow has really come into its own in recent years and offers endless choices when it comes to eating out.
If daytime eating out is a big favourite of yours, you will be in good company in Glasgow. Us Glaswegians love meeting up for lingering weekend brunch, or afternoon tea. There is nothing more relaxing that sitting down for afternoon tea with a friend or loved one, and where better than in Glasgow than to enjoy this exquisite tradition. Most places will offer three tiers of pure deliciousness.
Step back in time and experience Afternoon Tea or Dinner on a Red Bus Bistro tour. Each tour costs £42.50 and takes a leisurely one and a half hours, as you enjoy sights such as Glasgow Cathedral, The Necropolis and so much more. It’s a truly fun way to enjoy the sights of Glasgow whilst being served with delicious food and drink onboard a vintage bus.
At any time of the day or night, Glasgow offers a wide range of things to do.
The “Style Mile” Glasgow has some of the most stylish shopping options in the UK.
Countless tours, trips and attractions all dedicated to Mackintosh are available to enjoy in Glasgow city.
We do love to welcome our little visitors; they are the tourists of the future. Many attractions are easily accessible.
On any given night there are hundreds of events happening including music, sport, and theatre performances.
Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.
The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.