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Overview

The complete opposite of Edinburgh

Glasgow, the scottish "dear green place" awaits for you

Warm and welcoming, Glasgow is jam-packed with culture, shopping and non-stop nightlife. The hard days of No Mean City are a distant memory to the new generation who only have eyes for designer clothes and exotic cocktails.

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The largest town of Scotland is well-equipped with museums such as the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is ideally located in a magnificent monument in red sandstone. Use the occasion to stroll in one of the most delightful parks of the town, the Kelvingrove Park.

The high number of grassy areas got Glasgow nicknamed "The Dear Green Place". Take time to discover the cathedral of Glasgow. Built from the 13th century, it’s the only Scottish medieval cathedral that remains after the Scottish Reformation.

Don’t miss the Victorian necropolis, a very attractive curiosity in Scotland and only symbol of the Victorian Glasgow still visible. And let yourself be tempted by the local specialty: the "deep-fried pizzas".

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Glasgow can be found.

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    Efficient trip  |
    "was very happy with the efficiency of the trip on Virgin Trains return from Glasgow to London. The trains were punctual and arrived on time. "

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    Brilliant train service |
    "An excellent service. "

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    Excellent |
    "It was easy to book and boarding was only 20 minutes before but no problem with that. Journey was scenic "

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    Crazy Chaos |
    "Mad rush to get to train once it was designated a platform. Got on train OK but trying to manoeuvre with our luggage was difficult and uncomfortable. Train had departed platform and people still trying to store luggage and get to their seats. Very chaotic for 1st class. Hate to be in cattle class. Once the dust settled it was a relaxing, enjoyable trip. "

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    Ticket office was great |
    "Stansted Mountfitchet on 28 September Young girl ,name beginning with S, was fantastic when my tickets would not print. She was accommodating and helpful "

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    Travel Augush 2013 |
    "My partner and I traveled this month. We found the first class booked reservation seats rather comfortable and there was plenty of tea and coffee on offer for free throughout the journey. There was free wifii and the gentleman next to us was using his the whole of the trip, unfortunately our apple iPad would not connect. There was a cafe on the train and had a good choice of sandwich, rolls and snack foods. The training. Was very clean. Would use the train services again when travelling in the UK. We were on a family holiday from Melbourne. "