It’s fantastic if you understand all the concepts of this vibrant city, And All around the subway circuit there is something to look at almost every stop. Some of my favorites are Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis, Tenement house at Cowcaddens station, Scotland Street School Museum at Shields Road, Kelvingrove galleries at Kelvinhall subway, the Gallery of Modern Art in Merchant Square and the People’s Palace near St. Enoch are at the top of the list of places to see if you can not go anywhere else. Outside the city center circuit there are many more attractions that can be reached by bus. I tend to find the best place on the Southside of the city but there’s more in the suburbs. Some include The Burrell Collection in Shawlands, Pollok House and Country park in Pollok, Glasgow Science Museum and Tramway gallery and gardens in Pollokshields. There are also many parks around Glasgow most of which have Victorian greenhouses, housing aquariums and collections of exotic plants. The best parks to go are Glasgow Green, Kelvingrove Park in the west end and Queens Park on the south side.
And all the charm of this city must be very good for you, the experience Glasgow is in the West End. I feel this is where the real Glasgow, it is another world compared to anywhere else in town. My favorite place to go is Ashton Lane. Close to Hillhead subway lies a little cul-de-sac filled with award winning restaurant and bar. Favorites, in which all types of artist perform, including many big names. If you’re looking for a show there is the Royal Concert Hall, Kings Theatre and the Tron theater with something different showing all the time