Guide to Glasgow
As Scotland’s Style Capital and largest city in Scotland, Glasgow is second only to London as Britain’s best and most significant shopping destination. Princes Square and Buchanan Galleries offers designer malls with names of Liberty and Burberry whilst having most of the high street names in abundance. Why not let the team building group have a little shopping spree, while you’re there. Glasgow’s West end is the bohemian district of cafés, tea rooms, bars, boutiques, upmarket hotels, clubs and restaurants. The East end more famously known as the home to the Glasgow Barrow land Market, popularly known as 'The Barras'. So why not have your team building day in Glasgow We have expert party planners waiting to answer your questions and help you arrange the best team building activity that will bring your whole team together!
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Glasgow is Scotland’s second city but is renowned for its nightlife and excellent transport system. As with London you will find the main mode of transport is the underground/subway, which can take you to most places quickly with trains running every 4 minutes. Buchanon Street Subway station takes you to fashionable Bath Street or Queen or Argyle Street train stations take you to The Merchant City with its independent bars and restaurants. If you fancy something other than the usual bus or taxi you can take a boat trip down the River Clyde.
Here are a few tips that might help you during your party or group event in Glasgow.
- Glaswegians love to party and the city is literally awash with cutting edge festivals throughout the year.
- January - Celtic Connections Festival- Enthrals visitors from around the globe with the world’s largest Celtic music festival. Every year, it showcases around 1,500 artists and 300 events over 18 days. The spring is also a great time to catch up on the world’s funniest performers at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival.