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Sightseeing in Glasgow

Pedestrian Plaza
“Location of the famous statue of the Duke of Wellington, always with a cone on his head. For some reason, it is a symbol of Glasgow.”
30 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Nearest train station with regular trains to the city centre in 12 minutes.”
5 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“The iCentre is a great place to get leaflets and plan your trip around Glasgow!”
4 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“Merchant Square is situated in the heart of Merchant City and is its eating and drinking hub.”
3 locals recommend
Historic Site
“If you want to see some Charles Rennie Mackintosh then obviously there are some fantastic buildings and museums that will do you proud, but Queens Cross Church is just round the corner (corner of Garscube Road and Maryhill Road), and is usually open at the weekend if you want to pop in for a look-see – and of course it’s lovely.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“Local train station, 10 mins into the Glasgow Central and very regular trains - I don't drive so it's how I get about!”
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
1 local recommends