It might not be the first place you want to go and visit but when you’re here, when its snowing or in the height of the summer, its a beautiful and fun place to be.

You can expect the same when you arrive here, it’s like any other big city, the main difference is of course, the Glaswegian charm. The accent isn’t the easiest to understand and that’s part of the lure that Glasgow has. It’s something to talk about. When you hear that accent, you know you’ve arrived in a part of Scotland that’s passionate, friendly and ready to have a good time.

There’s quite a big drinking culture in the city. Depending what you’re into try out the more traditional pubs on such Sauchiehall Street or if you want something more trendy try the Finnieston Bar in the regenerated Finnieston district or the popular Ashton Lane.

There’s also plenty of Starbucks Restaurants to save the commuters and visiters of Glasgow from ever getting tired on their travels from A to B.           With starbucks exteriors becoming iconic to Glasgow.  starbucks branding & packaging from pearlfisher

There’s another side to the city that might be of interest and that is variety of museums in town – plus their free. Try out the likes of Kelvingrove, Glasgow University all for the price of nothing.

Glasgow is a town which is full of events including music and the arts. The likes of Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake and other top UK artists visit the city on a regular basis. Find out what acts are on at the SSE Hydro and other venues by checking their websites.

The city is also a shoppers paradise. Buchanan Street is full of designer stores, boutiques and everything else in between. You won’t be spoilt for choice.