Scotland Travel Guide

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Scotland Travel Destination
Aberdeen, Scotland
Aberdeenairport, Scotland
Airth, Scotland
Aviemore, Scotland
Dundee, Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburghairport, Scotland
Fortwilliam, Scotland
Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgowairport, Scotland
Inverness, Scotland
Invernessnairn, Scotland
Lochlomond, Scotland

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Edinburgh Attractions
Glasgow Attractions
St Andrews Attractions
Inner Hebrides Attractions
Aberdeen Attractions
Aviemore Area Attractions

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Scotland Early History
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Scotland Geography & Natural History

Scotland Geology & Geomorphology
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Scotland Economy & Infrastructure

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Religion in Scotland

Healthcare in Scotland

Culture of Scotland

Sports in Scotland
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Glasgow Tourist Attractions

Long overshadowed by Edinburgh, a mere 30 miles (48km) away, Glasgow actually has a lot to offer. It has left its reputation as a black hole of unemployment, economic depression and urban violence far behind. The 1980s and '90s saw the city reinvent itself culturally and socially. You're in no doubt that this is a Scottish city, brimming with vibrancy and energy. The city centre is built on a grid plan on the north bank of the shipbuilding river Clyde. Sights are spread over a wide area, with Sauchiehall St the place to go for shops, pubs and restaurants.

The oldest part of the city is to the east, around the intact Gothic masterpiece of Glasgow Cathedral, St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life & Art and the oldest house in Glasgow, 15th-century Provand's Lordship. Heading back west, an interesting walk takes you through the gracious houses and commercial structures of 18th-century Merchant City. Busy Sauchiehall St is home to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Art Nouveau masterpieces of the Glasgow School of Art and the still-operational Willow Tearoom. The Tenement House is an extraordinary time capsule, providing vivid insight into middle-class city life at the turn of this century.

Also not to be missed is Glasgow's top cultural attraction, the Burrell Collection, housed in the Pollok Country Park 3 miles (5km) south of the city. Its idiosyncratic collection includes Chinese porcelain, medieval furniture and impressionist paintings, housed in one of the world's few inspirational buildings to be built in recent times.


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Scotland Travel Destination
Aberdeen Scotland - Aberdeenairport Scotland - Airth Scotland - Aviemore Scotland - Dundee Scotland
Edinburgh Scotland -
Edinburghairport Scotland - Fortwilliam Scotland - Glasgow Scotland - Glasgowairport Scotland
Inverness Scotland - Invernessnairn Scotland - Lochlomond Scotland

Scotland Travel Informations and Scotland Travel Guide
Scotland Early History - Scotland Roman Influence - Scotland Medieval Period - Scotland Modern History
Scotland Etymology - Scotland Government & Politics - Scotland Administrative Subdivisions - Scotland Within The UK
Scotland Law & Criminal Justice - Scotland Geography & Natural History - Scotland Geology & Geomorphology
Scotland Climate - Scotland Flora & Fauna - Scotland Economy & Infrastructure - Demography of Scotland
Education in Education - Religion in Scotland - Healthcare in Scotland - Culture of Scotland
Sports in Scotland - Scotland National Symbols - Map of Scotland

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