Lord Let Glasgow Flourish.
This private tour Is flexible & suitable for both (1. ) Cruise-Ship Passengers at port Greenock. (2. ) Day Tour From Glasgow Hotels.
Welcome to Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest and most exciting city! Continues to surprise and has improved so much in recent years it will soon rival Edinburgh tourist numbers. From beginnings of time people settled here because of the river Clyde, inluding the Romans & Vikings. Christian origins made the foundations for letting Glasgow flourish. The 12th Century Medieval cathedral was a place for holy pilgrimage across Europe. City prospers with Atlantic trade & commerce and population increase with advent of the Industrial revolution. Today the city is more modern and clean, popular to study, shop and eat/drink. I allow you to decide which attraction you prefer to see more to spend your time. Examples, The Kelvingrove Art Gallery & museum a must see attraction for the life and iconic works of Charles Rennie Macintosh. Or the Hunterian museum inside Glasgow University. Or the Clydeside Scotch whisky distillery?
What to Expect:
We take advantage of the motorway and drive around the River Clyde. Exploring the Medieval Cathedral dating back to 1200 AD and the oldest house Provand’s Lordship 1471 AD and the nearby Necropolis graveyard. Next taking a look at the downtown city centre area, remarkable architecture, Georgian and Victorian classical buildings throughout. Greco/Roman & Gothic styled buildings to see and George square. The iconic works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a Scottish architect, designer and artist. The West end is the nicer part and has incredible museums & art galleries free to visitors. The University of Glasgow building a must see attraction on tour and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. Surrounding green parks and botanical gardens to walk and where you find popular shops and places to eat & drink.
1. Glasgow Cathedral. & the Necropolis graveyard
2. Provand’s Lordship oldest house.
3. Tolbooth Steeple, George Square.
4. Old Trinity College & Lord Roberts Monument.
5. Kelvin Grove art gallery & museum.
6. University of Glasgow.
7. The Clydeside Distillery.