The biggest city in Scotland and 4th in the UK. Glasgow has an abundance of things to see and do whether its visiting some historic sites, shopping, eating and drinking or taking a relaxing weekend, you won't get stuck with finding something to do.
If your food lovers, head to one of the many farmers markets such as Queens park or Govan and sample the local produce.
Barras being the biggest market with over 1000 stalls selling all sorts of things from antiques to food I'm sure you will walk away with some bargains, or head to the savoy centre, a large indoor market perfect for those rainy days. If your feet are still working and you have money in your purse head to Glasgow's square mile with hundreds if not thousands of different shops.
After a long day shopping, why not treat yourselves like proper ladies and have afternoon tea at The Willow or The Tea Rooms at The Butterfly and The Pig or have lunch at the Art Lovers Cafe.
You won't struggle to find good food but if you want something a little different try McMonagles fish restaurant on the Forth & Clyde canal or dine at The Chip Downstairs Restaurant, set in a beautiful court yard and serving Scottish produce.
Nightlife in Glasgow is of course great and diverse, listen to live music at the famous King Tuts or party the night away in a converted church at Oran Mor.
What ever you fancy Glasgow has it all.
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