Great Britain - Glasgow & Southern Scotland (PDF Chapter)
This is the Glasgow & Southern Scotland chapter from Lonely Planet’s Great Brit-ain guidebook.
The main draw of Southern Scotland is undoubtedly Glasgow, a sassy and welcoming me-tropolis with an infectious spirit and an excellent range of museums, restaurants and pubs. It demands several days of your time.
- revel in the Glasgow’s museums, restaurants, pubs and music venues
- explore the Border Abbeys’ noble, evocative ruins – Dryburgh is our favourite – and the area’s other historic sights
- admire the 18th-century architectural genius of Culzean Castle, perched on wild sea cliffs
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Glasgow, Borders Region, Peebles, Melrose, Jed-burgh, Kelso, Dumfries & Galloway, Dumfries, South of Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, Galloway Forest Park, Stranraer, Rhinns of Galloway.
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