Sitting on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow has transformed itself into a centre of style and culture. The combination of striking Victorian architecture (especially the designs of local architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh) with restored 18th century warehouses provides the perfect backdrop for the world famous art collections that Glasgow has to offer.
Glasgow (Scotland's second largest city) is often overlooked as Edinburgh's second in command, however is jam packed with museums, galleries and fabulous architecture aplenty. We know the perfect foodie expert to help you explore 'Gastro Glasgow' visiting street markets, Scottish Tapas restaurants or even enjoy an Aberdeen Angus steak tasting! We would recommend staying in the beautiful Crossbasket Castle, a boutique hotel just 20 minutes from the city centre.
From Glasgow enjoy a trip into Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, renowned for its natural beauty and snowcapped mountains. Charter a sea-plane from the Loch for stunning vistas of the countryside. Further north, the magical Glencoe combines world-famous scenery with history and is one of the highlights of any trip to Scotland. The wonderful world of Glencoe is situated on the main route north through towards the Highlands. The region boasts a great collection of high mountain peaks, ridges, rushing rivers and waterfalls which altogether create a magical and mystical land that offers a unique range of activities and plenty of space to roam free.