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Glasgow offers something to fascinate even the most blase and far travelled tourist. Modern and cosmopolitan against the backdrop of stunning Victorian architecture, Glasgow is a huge and sprawling city and given a comfortable pair of shoes, it’s possible to walk from the west end, through the centre, north-east to the medieval area, down through the east end and over one of the many bridges to the south side in only a few hours.

This shopper friendly city centre also provides many pedestrian streets and squares were shoppers can easily stroll from stores, cafes and coffee shops without the interruption of busy traffic. As a cultural and historical hotspot, Glasgow offers a magnificent range of museums, historical landmarks, sporting stadiums, scenic private parks, art galleries and annual festivals the majority of which are funded by the council and offer free entry.

It is no wonder 2 million tourists visit Glasgow each year.