Glasgow

Based on a grid system, Glasgow’s streets and lanes are packed with coffee houses, beer-stops, places to grab quick burgers or 3 coursers, galleries, parks, an art-house cinema and Victorian sandstone buildings. Glasgow is compact, you can see a lot of the city in a short space of time, we also have our own underground tube system to get around fast. With a diverse music scene across pubs and clubs, there are gigs and acts on every night of the week. A 30 minute drive away will also lead you to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park — full of lochs, glens, castles and hills.

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Botanics

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A botanical garden located in the West End of the city. It features many walking paths, glasshouses, a community gardens and educational hub, the River Kelvin runs down the centre and makes for a nice walk. Off the track, lies Glasgow's transport past with a disused platform from the former Botanics and Kirklee railway stations. Kibble Palace is a curved, iron framed space originally used for exhibitions and concert space. The glasshouses are probably the warmest parts of Glasgow and feature foreign cacti, succulents and flora from as far as New Zealand.

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