Scotland - Glasgow (PDF Chapter)
This is the Glasgow chapter from Lonely Planet’s Scotland guidebook.
The soberly handsome Victorian buildings, the legacy of wealth generated from manufacturing and trade, suggest a staid sort of place. Very wrong. They are packed with stylish bars, top-notch restaurants and one of Britain’s best live-music scenes.
- explore the city’s fabulous wealth of paintings, sculpture and public art, beginning with the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
- discover the city’s fine Victorian buildings and the Art Nouveau masterpieces of Charles Rennie Mackintosh
- dine in the Ubiquitous Chip, the restaurant that set the scene for the West End’s culinary ex-cellence
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: History, Sights, Activities, Tours, Festivals & Events, Sleeping, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping, Around Glasgow.
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