Make The Most Of Your Trip To Glasgow

Glasgow is not only the largest city in Scotland but also its cultural center. In autumn, Mackintosh Month is celebrated here - a celebration of the great architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whose best works are kept in Glasgow.

As with all ancient cities, Glasgow has several architectural monuments from the Middle Ages. So a trip to the city is a great opportunity to learn about the history of Scotland.


Transfer Around The City Of Glasgow

The urban public transport system in Glasgow is considered the second most developed in Great Britain, second only to London's.

The basis of public transport in Glasgow consists of 2 "whales" - shuttle buses and the subway system, which are supplemented by railway lines of suburban trains passing through the city.

To get to your destination you can use public transport, a taxi or rent a car from Enterprise Glasgow Airport.


You can rent any car of your choice quickly and easily. For this you need to have with you:

1. Voucher.

2. ID.

3. Credit card.

4. International driver's license.

5. Driving experience of 1-2 years.

Glasgow Fuel For Cars

1. If you decide to rent a car, choose gas as fuel. Fuel policy also has its own rules:

2. Always a full tank. You must return the car with a full tank.


3. Advance payment of rent for gas. If you are planning long distances, this rule will save you a lot of money. You only have to pay for gas at the meter when you pick up the car.

4. Free gas. In short, the cost of fuel is included in the cost of renting a car.

Gas prices at gas stations are moderate and range from $2.70 to $4.30 per gallon. It is important to know the fuel policy of your rental car, otherwise, you will be charged extra.


What To See In Glasgow?

Many travelers say that you can see the whole city in one day, but that way you will miss a lot of interesting things.

Glasgow is home to over 90 parks and gardens, city cycle paths, the River Clyde, and the Clyde and Forth Canal. The city also has many museums and galleries of international level, most of which can be visited for free. Among them, you can always choose something interesting for yourself.


Use the services of car hire in Glasgow and visit many interesting places.

Mitchell Library

The Mitchell Library is one of the largest in Europe. It has huge funds that contain 1.3 million books and manuscripts. Since 1911, the architecture of the library has become significant thanks to the installed statue, which has subsequently become a symbol of Glasgow. Nowadays, the library has many reading rooms, an electronic database, a cafe, and a theater with a capacity of up to 500 spectators.


People's Palace And Winter Garden

Another pride of Glasgow. The People's Palace is a museum of the history of the proletariat, which tells about the life and work of ordinary citizens. Inside the main building, you can see with your own eyes a collection of photographs, artifacts, prints, and films from different years.


The winter gardens, which have collected plants from all over the world, are too beautiful. Every tourist should visit this wonderful greenhouse with tropical plants, palms, and ferns. If you get hungry, you can find a cafe in the territory where you can rest and have a snack.

You can use cars for hire to get to the museum and greenhouse as quickly as possible.

Kelvingrove Gallery And Museum

Located in the heart of the West End, the art museum is considered one of the most visited in Scotland. The red sandstone building turned out to be very recognizable. The author of the project conveyed the Spanish Gothic through several towers, arched windows with characteristic frames, and an arched colonnade on the facade.


At Kelvingrove, you'll find familiar names in the collection: Mackintosh, and DalĂ­ Rembrandt, as well as works by other Scottish artists. In addition to paintings, there are also weapons, archaeological treasures, and sculptures.