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Las mejores actividades en Glasgow

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Galería de arte
“One of the UK's most visited art galleries, it has something for every member of the family. It hosts musical events at the weekend too.”
Recomendado por 354 habitantes locales
Parque
“Classic example of a Victorian park, designed by Sir Joseph Paxton, and which measures 34 hectares (85 acres). Its set on the banks of the River Kelvin, and is (in my opinion) the best park in Glasgow. Depending on time of day / year, you may find joggers, cyclists, students, dog walkers, skaters and barbecuers all using this wonderfully green space, and the Kelvin walkway cuts right through the park. It's just two minutes walk from the flat, past the bars and restaurants in Gibson street, the entrance is opposite Eusebi's deli.”
Recomendado por 159 habitantes locales
Botanical Garden
“Stroll around the gardens and in the summer time you might encounter some of the open air Bard in the Park (Shakesperian plays) performances. The Botanics are on the top of Byres Rd in the West End.”
Recomendado por 175 habitantes locales
Museum
“Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper. Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk through Glasgow streets and visit the shops, bar and subway. Climb aboard a train, tram or bus and get a real feel for old public transport. Discover Glasgow's rich shipbuilding history, explore the car and motorbike walls and help put out a fire with our interactive fire engine. There are over 90 large touch screens panels full of images, memories and films that tell the fascinating stories behind the objects. There really is something for all ages to enjoy at the Riverside Museum.”
Recomendado por 134 habitantes locales
University
“Founded in 1451, the University is the fourth oldest in the UK and the second oldest in Scotland, and has more listed buildings than any other university in the UK. You’ll be walking in the footsteps of some of the world’s most renowned visionaries, from economist Adam Smith to the pioneer of television John Logie Baird, and you’ll find out more about the University’s long tradition of innovation and excellence.”
Recomendado por 133 habitantes locales
Playground
“The cities oldest park and along the banks of the River Clyde a nice stroll from here ”
Recomendado por 66 habitantes locales
Gastrobar
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“Have a pint, a pie and watch a play in the Òran Mór (weekly). Òran Mór means big song in Scots Gaelic; for Irish visitors, equivalent of Amhran Mór. It is across from the Botanic gardens.”
Recomendado por 116 habitantes locales
Galería de arte
“Great collection of modern art and also Scottish contemporary art. Find local artists and browse artworks for sale. Galleries in Glasgow are FREE ENTRY. ”
Recomendado por 90 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“One of Scotland's most magnificent medieval buildings, Glasgow Cathedral is the only one on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformation of 1560 intact.”
Recomendado por 68 habitantes locales
Museum
“The park is Glasgow's largest park and the only "Country Park" within Glasgow. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife. The park is rich in rural history formerly being part of the Old Pollok Estate and ancestral home to the Maxwell Family. The historical mansion house is open to visitors and features a tea room and restaurant for refreshments. The park is also home to the world famous Burrell Collection, which contains Scottish and international treasures.”
Recomendado por 81 habitantes locales
Cementerio
“This is a must see .. a very unique Scottish graveyard, overlooking the Cathedal and city. ”
Recomendado por 95 habitantes locales
Science Museum
“Glasgow Science Centre is a visitor attraction located in the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration area on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. Queen Elizabeth II opened Glasgow Science Centre on 5 July 2001. It is one of Scotland's most popular paid-for visitor attractions.[1] It is a purpose-built science centre composed of three principal buildings: Science Mall, Glasgow Tower and an IMAX cinema. The Scottish tourist board, VisitScotland, awarded Glasgow Science Centre a five star rating in the visitor attraction category.”
Recomendado por 76 habitantes locales
Otro tipo de vida nocturna
“Little cobbled lane lined on both sides with pubs and restaurants, fun night out!”
Recomendado por 110 habitantes locales
Museum
“The People’s Palace is set in historic Glasgow Green and tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the present day.”
Recomendado por 75 habitantes locales
Establishment
“To get to SECC Glasgow, you can walk for about 10-12 minutes (0.7miles) to Argyle Scotrail Station from where you can take the train to Exhibition Centre (5 min, 3 stops), then walk for about 9minutes (0.5 miles) to SEC Centre. Getting back we recommend you to take the same route or travel by train from: Exhibition Centre Station to Bridgeton Railway Station, from where you can take bus service SimpliCITY18 towards City Centre, hop off at Green Street Bus Stop (3 stops, 2 minutes journey) from where you will walk about 2 minutes to get back to the property. This route can be used to avoid walking. Same route to get to SECC (opposite direction!). ”
Recomendado por 48 habitantes locales
Bar
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“Combining traditional Scottish dishes with some new-fangled twists, the restaurant abides by the seasons, going local on everything from produce to venison, and even wine. The atmosphere is as exquisite as the food, with a verdant courtyard that feels a bit like a magical forest. Less expensive, brasserie-style food is served on the upper level, while the Wee Pub — Scotland's smallest! — is a great place for a nightcap”
Recomendado por 88 habitantes locales