Serviced Flats to Let in Glasgow City Centre Scotland
Glasgow is a popular holiday destination for tourists. Don’t miss a visit of the School of Art for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh architecture, and the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery. The futuristic titanium curves of the Glasgow Science Museum are not to be missed. The national football stadium Hampden Park is based in the city, as well as The Hamilton Park Racecourse, known for its great horse racing combined with glamour and entertainment.
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Staying in central Glasgow is ideal to explore the various sights and attractions. It will give you a good choice of popular places to visit such as the Museum of Modern Art, Buchanan Street and Merchant City shopping, and the S.E.C.C. music and conference centre with the SSE Hydro concert venue. Rental apartments offer space and privacy, with all the freedom, independence and convenience of your own home in Glasgow city centre. Many of these apt’s are close to public transport and shopping centres such as Buchanan Galleries and the St Enoch Centre. The city’s focul point is George Square, which is lined with beautiful Georgian buildings.
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When staying overnight in a city apartment, you are within close distance of Sauchiehall Street’s shops and restaurants, and Argyle Street, one of the city’s main shopping streets. The Theatre Royal and the Pavilion Theatre are also nearby. Also the Royal Concert Hall, the Gallery of Modern Art and the O2 ABC music venue are all within walking distance. The rail Station has services to Edinburgh and Central London.
Take a city break and stay for a weekend to explore Glasgow’s West End, a vibrant area with plenty of bars, shops and restaurants. The city centre is just over 2 miles away (10 minutes drive). Glasgow Airport can be reached in 20 minutes’ drive, and the historical Old Town is a 10-minute drive away.
The city has become a popular destination for short or long term holidays which include stag and hen parties. Many party flats in Glasgow are perfect as a base for larger groups. Many of these Glasgow party apartments are located in the heart of the city center close to the local nightlife, and come with jacuzzi’s and other luxury features.
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Main railway station ?
The two main train stations of the city are Central Station, and Queen Street Station.
Long distance trains depart from Glasgow to destinations all over Scotland and England. Frequently served is Central London (King’s Cross), the city of Birmingham, Edinburgh (Waverley rail hub), Port of Stranraer, Stirling, Central Manchester, Preston, Crewe, Central Bristol, and Plymouth.
The primary bus and coach station of the city is Buchanan.
Where is Glasgow ?
This large city in Scotland, also known as the Merchant City, is located in the Scottish West Central Lowlands region. It lies on the banks of the River Clyde. Do you wanna know more how to get there, or to get around on a budget ? Visit our travel guide for more information.
The biggest city of Scotland is the perfect destination for a city break. It is served by Glasgow International Airport, located west of it’s centre. Preswick Airport is a bit further away, approximately 30 miles to the south-west. From both airports you can fly domestic or to international destinations.
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
(Argyle St, G3 8AG United Kingdom)
It has one of Europe’s great civic art collections. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museumshowcases several thousands of objects in 22 different galleries. One of the most famous paintings displayed here is Salvador Dali’s “Christ of St John of the Cross”.
(50 Cathedral Square, Glasgow G4 0UZ, Scotland)
The Necropolis is located adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral. It’s a Victorian garden cemetery full of interesting sculptures, old graves and tombs.
The School of Art
(11 Dalhousie Street, G3 6RQ Scotland)
Take a very informative and interesting tour and discover the architectural heritage of the Art School. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
(Castle Street, G4 0RH Scotland)
Historic Cathedral built in 1197. The Cathedral has beautiful architecture and an impressive collection of stained glass windows.
The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel
(100 Pointhouse Place, G3 8RS, Scotland /West End area)
Modern museum which gives you an excellent layout of the city’s history of transport. The museum is an attractive building set beside the river Clyde.
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Holiday apartments to rent in Glasgow or holiday homes are the alternative family accommodation for hotels. Nice, fully equipped rentals for visitors to the city from budget to luxury 5 star properties.
These establishments ideal for some of the best shopping in the UK, including Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street. Glasgow’s main hospitals are within easy reach such as the Southern General Hospital and the large Royal Infirmary medical facility.