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City Breaks to Glasgow
Book City Breaks to Glasgow from Ireland today with Club Travel for the best deals on flights, hotels and holidays. Glasgow is well known as a great party destination and it is always popular with stag and hen parties, however there is so much more to this Scottish city than its amazing pubs and clubs. Glasgow is a city which is proud of its cultural and sporting achievements. The city is set in the beautiful Clyde Valley and is surrounded by natural beauty waiting to be discovered. Scotland’s world famous highlands and lochs can easily be explored on a day trip from Glasgow. Cheap short breaks and weekend breaks to Glasgow from Dublin are a great way to experience this famous city. Book cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Glasgow with Club Travel for amazing cheap flights and great holiday offers.
Hotels in Glasgow
We have many hotels in Glasgow available and we can find a special place for you to stay while on your city break to Glasgow. Club Travel has over thirty years’ experience of finding the perfect hotels to suit our client’s needs. Here are just two hotels from the many we have available.
Normandy: The hotel is less than a mile from Glasgow International Airport and just a 10-minute drive from the city centre. Road links are excellent for providing easy access to surrounding cities such as Edinburgh. Loch Lomond is also just a 20-minute drive.
Erskine Bridge Hotel and Spa: A recently renovated property, perfect for those guests looking for a truly Scottish experience. Travel into Glasgow for superb shopping or across to historical Edinburgh to enjoy sites such as Edinburgh Castle. One of the few hotels in Glasgow with its own health and fitness club, beauty salon and a pool room.
Sights and things to do in Glasgow
Loch Lomond Sea-life Aquarium
Celtic Football Club: Visit the home of Scottish football champions Celtic whose stadium is one of the biggest in Europe. The club has a proud history of competing in Europe and have been in existence since 1888. Stadium and museum tours are available.
Glasgow Science Centre
Hampden Park is home to the Scottish national rugby and football teams.
Visitors to Glasgow will be pleasantly surprised by the fantastic range of great food on offer in the city. Glasgow’s culinary offering has come a long way from Haggis and deep fried mars bars. The city now boasts excellent restaurants and whether you fancy Indian, French, Japanese or some traditional Scottish grub you can feast on it all while on a city break to Glasgow.
Nightlife in Glasgow
Glasgow has lots of sleek modern bars, old fashioned pubs and trendy nightclubs. The Arches and the Barrowlands are two popular venues for late night fun. In total there are over 700 club and pubs in Glasgow.
Glasgow Airport is located 11km west of Glasgow city. There is a shuttle bus Number 500 which runs 24-hours a day.
Weather in Glasgow: Even during the summer months the temperatures in Glasgow rarely goes over 15°C. The city experiences a lot of cloud cover and rain.
Electricity: The same electrical output as in Ireland. Three pin plug.
Currency: Glasgow uses Sterling. Both Bank of England and Scotland Sterling notes are accepted.
Glasgow Time: It is the same as Irish time which operates on Greenwich Mean Time.
Visa requirements: Irish Citizens travelling to the Glasgow do not require a visa.