If you only have a short time to visit a city, the only thing to do is take a city tour. Glasgow has made it so very easy offering any number of tours by bike, bus and of on foot. How and what you wish to experience is down to your own personal taste, budget, and time available to you. Here’s a taste of what may just be the right fit for you. Remember this year, in the wake of public health restrictions, it is advisable to book your tours early to get the time and date that you want.
Day trips from Glasgow are incredibly popular with most visitors looking to escape the city lights for at least one day during their stay. No one does them better than Rabbie’s Tours, who have years of experience in bringing guests to the likes of the Isle of Skye, The Highlands, Loch Lomond and so many more stunning places dotted around Scotland. Day tours from £35.00 per person.
If you’ve always wanted to get a behind the scenes glimpse of Tennent’s brewery, the wait is over. Get up close and personal with the history of the man himself, Hugh Tennent, and the story of why Tennent’s beer remains one of Glasgow’s most popular beers to this day. The brewery in Duke Street is open 5 days a week to guide you thorough the history and you can even book a masterclass.
Red Bus Bistro
It’s time to embark on a Red Bus Bistro adventure to experience Glasgow at a pace that allows you to savour something to eat and a drink. You can see the most well-known landmarks and sights in Glasgow on each one-and-a-half hour, £42.50 trip. Afternoon Tea or Dinner are options included in the antique bus tours; reservations are advised.
The beautiful game has a lot to offer soccer fans in Glasgow. Whichever team you support you’ll enjoy following in the footsteps of your own football legends.