One of the brightest and most vibrant cities in the UK and Europe, Glasgow has much to attract and interest the visitor. With a rich cultural and industrial history, the city offers a range of museums, historical and cultural attractions. Visit the world-reknown Kelvingrove Museum, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), The Burrell Collection, The Transport Museum, Hunterian Gallery and Museum, St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow Cathedral, The Science Centre, The Botanic Gardens and the Peoples Palace. Explore the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the form of Glasgow School of Art, House for an Art Lover, Scotland Street School, Hill House and take tea at Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms. Other gems include the Provand's Lordship, The Tenement House, Fossil Grove, Pollok House and Park, McLellan Galleries, The LightHouse and the Tall Ship on the banks of the Clyde.

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Sense the history as you explore the medieval castles and backgrounds, the splendid baronial towers or the lavish Victorian hunting lodges and stately homes.

Sample the cuisine that has made Scotland internationally renown; fresh seafood, superb game and beef. Sample the other spirit of refreshment that began life in the highland burn and grew to maturity as a fine malt whisky in the ancient distillery.

For the more energetic there are suberb sailing waters and world-famous salmon and trout rivers. And, of course, there is golf! The championship courses at Turnberry, Gleneagles, Royal Troon and St Andrews are the envy of the world and all within easy reach.

For further information see www.visitscotland.co.uk

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