Flights to Glasgow, United Kingdom
Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland with a population size of around 600,000. The culturally rich city has been awarded the title City of Culture, City of Architecture and Design and Capital of Sport. It was also named as the UNESCO City of Music.
The main international airport is Glasgow International Airport.
- 15 km to central Glasgow
- A taxi ride to central Glasgow costs around RM125 (GBP£23) and takes about 15 minutes
- The Glasgow Airport’s official bus service - Glasgow Airport Express service 500 – connects the airport and city centre in just 15 minutes.
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Best Time to Visit Glasgow
The best time to visit Glasgow is between March and August when temperatures are relatively warmer and daylight hours are long.
Things to do in Glasgow
What to see in Glasgow
Art lovers must not miss going to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. Well over 100 years old, the museum houses arts and culture in a beautiful red sandstone building.
Visit the Pollok Country Park to see the impressive Pollok House and the Burrell Collection, which has everything from Egyptian stone sculptures to French impressionist paintings, Chinese ceramics, medieval European armour and weapons.
At the East End, the cathedral precinct is worth a visit for its impressive Gothic architecture. Other attractions include the Glasgow Science Centre, Riverside Museum and Scottish Football Museum.
What to eat in Glasgow
The city has gained itself the reputation of having the best Indian food in the UK and the title "Curry Capital of Britain". As a multi-cultural city, Glasgow offers cultural foods in unique ways. The locals love deep fried treats and takeaways can be a blend of pizza, donner kebabs, fish and chips and burgers.
Day trips from Glasgow
Drive 1 hour from Glasgow to arrive at Loch Lomond, a National Park that is the first hint of the Highlands. You can experience the calm of the beautiful loch and pristine forests.
Glasgow is only 1-hour train ride away from the city of Edinburgh, the historic and vibrant capital of Scotland.
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