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City Sightseeing Glasgow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

clock 1 hour
  • Tourists can explore the cosmopolitan city of Glasgow on bus.
  • There are various places of interest and tourist attractions in Glasgow- ensured to capture the attention of all types of tourists. Read more

    What You'll Do:

  • Tourists can fully embrace the local life- boarding on buses that travel throughout Glasgow city.
  • Various stops are available for the tourists to board on or hop off the bus.
  • What It Includes:

  • It is preferable to board the bus from central spots like St George Square.
  • The Red Route consists on various spots like Glasgow Cathedral, Barras Market, Clydeside Distillery, Riverside Museum.
  • People can hop on/hop off any bus- throughut the day.
  • Audio commentary in 7 languages describing the locations as the places pass by.
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Reactions from the traveller's side has been mostly positive.
  • Is It Right:

  • Travellers of all age groups can be a part of this trip.
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Tennent's Heritage Walking Trail

clock 2 hours
  • A guided walking tour to Glasgow History and Tennent's Heritage.
  • The travellers get to learn about the history of Tennent's Brewery Read more
  • The visitors get a chance to walk through the past of Auld Glasgow and Necropolis.
  • What You'll Do:

  • Meet in front of the main door of Glasgow Church by 10 am
  • Walk through some of the oldest sites of Glasgow
  • Indulge into the historical tales of the old town
  • What It Includes:

  • The tour is conducted by a professional guide
  • The tour ends with a complementary drink at the Wellpark Brewery
  • Travellers Talk:

  • This walkthrough history really helps visitors to connect with the past of the old town of Auld Glasgow
  • Visitors really enjoy hearing the various stories and facts related to the history of this place
  • Is It Right:

  • Travellers are reqiured to be physically fit
  • Children visiting this place must be accompanied by an adult at all times
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Glasgow through the ages: An audio tour discovering the city's humble beginnings

clock 75 to 90 minutes
  • Join me on this self guided audio tour through the oldest part of Glasgow.

    We’ll start at Glasgow Cathedral, where we’ll meet St Mungo, the city’s patron saint, and learn about Glasgow’s humble beginnings 1,500 years ago. We’ll...Read more
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