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Scotland’s notorious ‘second city’, in actual fact it’s largest, Glasgow certainly requires no introduction: it is a down of diversity, with lively nightspots and a population that’s fiercely proud of their heritage.
The city is also famed for its architecture, having been awarded the UK's City of Architecture and Design in 1999 and being full of stunning structures. There’s also a thriving arts, with everything from traditional styles to the avant-garde, and numerous places to enjoy live music.
Aside from art and leisure pursuits, Glasgow is also noted for its powerful economy, being a global leader in several sectors, including finance, digital technology and the creative industries.
A destination for all seasons, Glasgow always has something to offer and is a city that demands to be explored. Whether you plan to visit for business or pleasure, it is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Whilst Glasgow is a fantastic city to visit, some areas are undoubtedly better than others. Those wishing to visit the city on business or on a city break are best advised to find a more central location to stay. There are of course numerous hotels, hostels and B&Bs dotted around, but the best solution for making an extended stay in Glasgow is almost certainly the serviced apartment.
The Squa.re present a range of such properties, each selected based on our exacting criteria to ensure we are offering the best available. Whether you are looking for corporate housing, a luxury apartment or a small. self-contained studio, we can match the ideal venue with your individual needs and tastes. Our properties all feature tasteful modern decor, a range of mod-cons and comprehensive washing and cooking facilities.
It would be close to impossible to sample all of Glasgow’s cultural offerings in a single visit, but those visiting for the first time should try to visit it’s most iconic and diverse attractions.The Riverside Museum is a good place to start - being home to numerous exhibits charting the town’s history as well as that of the wider UK. There’s also the Gallery of Modern Art, which houses some of the finest examples of contemporary works. For those visiting in the summer month, its worth taking a stroll around Kelvingrove Park or the Glasgow Botanical Gardens. For the evenings, the Theatre Royal Glasgow and the King’s Theatre have varied programmes including drama, opera and ballet.
As expected, Glasgow is also something of a shoppers paradise, with numerous places to get some retail therapy. Princes Square Shopping Centre is housed in a striking 18th century building in the city centre and boasts several high-end fashion and jewellery sellers. Then there’s the St. Enoch Centre which houses almost 70 stores across its 3 floors.
Glasgow is a big city and finding your way around can seem a daunting task, but fortunately it is exceptionally well served by public transport - which is both reliable and easy to navigate. The city features the world’s third oldest subway system, which is the most convenient means for exploring the centre and West End. There is also a comprehensive bus network, which is also an easy way to make short journeys and the city offers several discount schemes for multiple journeys.
Glasgow is also served by several mainline railway stations, the central-most being Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queens Street. Both offer a huge amount of services every hour, covering the major Scottish cities such as Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Inverness, as well as routes into England and Wales.