Glasgow

Based on a grid system, Glasgow’s streets and lanes are packed with coffee houses, beer-stops, places to grab a quick burger, places to grab 3 coursers, galleries, parks, an art-house cinema, Victorian sandstone buildings and a mecca of designer shops. 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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The Barras

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The infamous Barras Market is opened on weekends and is found in the East End of the city. You'll find an interesting and eclectic mix of (mostly second hand) items for sale, including bikes, instruments, incense, and tobacco to antiques, 70's tea-sets and boombox stereos, old hand-painted shop signs, taxidermy and classic G-plan furnishings — visit Randall's Antique's for the good stuff. The Barras site is under redevelopment for artist studio spaces and is also home to the Barrowlands music venue. A short 5 minute walk back towards Trongate will lead you to Jim Lambie's 'Album Pathway'. A coloured concrete path resembling records on a shelf, listing past gigs played at the Barrowlands.

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