With this Weekend Guide for Glasgow I show you some of the best things to do in Glasgow with the help of locals – from main sights to lesser known, trendy spots
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With more than 600.000 inhabitants Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. Most of the historical sights and buildings as well as a number of large murals are located in the center making it easy to explore the city by walking. Another great thing is that most of the museums are free of charge.

One of the highlights for me was the Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery located on a very prominent hill to the east of Glasgow Cathedral.

I met up with Kathi who lives in Glasgow for more than 4 years to get to know the trendy parts of the city such as the Hidden Lane in Finnieston and the SWG3 followed by one of the must things to do in Glasgow – ia proper whiskey experience and a night out with live music!

In the series „Life by the River“ I’m about to show you things to do on & off the beaten path focussing on hip & trendy areas with the help of locals in Glasgow, Manchester and Liverpool. Follow along this series for useful travel tips and many insider spots you can use to prepare for your trip to Glasgow, Machesert or Liverpool

Things to do in Glasgow featured in this Glasgow guide:
– Finnieston
– George Square & Glasgow City Tour
– Red Onion (restaurant)
– Glasgow Science Center & Glasgow Tower
– The Hidden Lane
– Glengoyne Distillery
– Glasgow Cathedral
– Glasgow Murals
– Necropolis
– Drygate
– Euro Hostel
– University of Glasgow
– Loch Lomond
– Studio Warehouse Glasgow (SWG3)
– Trakke

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I got invited by Visit Britain to produce this video series showcasing my travel experience. I was free to create my very own itinerary with all the freedom needed. Nevertheless all opinions, recommendations and views are my own.

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