Sometimes unfairly overlooked, Scotland’s largest city Glasgow has lots to offer: world-renowned architecture, museums, arts and culture, fantastic shopping from flagship stores and designers to tucked-away treasures, and welcoming hotels, bars and restaurants, from traditional Scottish to coolly modern.
A real tour with a difference, guaranteed to warm you from within! Connecting people, cultures, and whiskies from a different perspective, Once Upon a Whisky tours promise to ignite a desire and passion for all things whisky. You’ll learn in detail how to taste whisky like a pro while discovering some curious facts about the drink.
Visiting a new city can be confusing, even frustrating: how to see the best attractions while not wasting time slogging about, getting lost, or feeling you might be missing out? City Sightseeing Glasgow is the perfect solution, allowing you to view the best of Scotland’s biggest city’s landmarks on a single hop-on hop-off bus tour, riding the entirety of the one-hour loop, or leaping off where you want to take a closer look.
Just an hour from Glasgow, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park is located in Trossachs National Park. It’s a mecca for thrill seekers, adventure lovers and those who just want to have fun near Loch Lomond. With a stunning backdrop of mountain and moorland, forest and woodland, rivers and lochs, Go Ape Aberfoyle boasts a dual course rich in natural highs- as close to zip wire heaven as you can get!
Glasgow makes a great jumping-off point to explore some of the stunning Scottish landscapes, and go wild with outdoor activities. With a wealth of beautiful coastline and islands a hop away, this doesn’t have to mean sticking to the mainland. At SUP Arran Paddleboarding, based on the beautiful Isle of Arran, you have the opportunity to learn new skills, see the coast from a completely new perspective, and get up close to some incredible wildlife.Learn More