About Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland
Glasgow, founded in the 12th century, is now Scotland's largest city, and is just an hour away from the capital of Edinburgh. Glasgow is an excellent base for excursions to the Highlands. The city itself also offers plenty of attractions, including cafes, theater, opera, and fabulous architecture.
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We did a hop on hop off tour. You can get the train into Glasgow very easy. We waited until about 930 to go so it was off hours for he train. Round trip tickets for two were 13 pounds. The train takes you to the Central Station which is 2 blocks from Buchanan street. This is the main area closed to vehicle traffic and all pedestrian. Shops, pubs and cafes.
Visited: Jun 25, 2016
Very enjoyable. After the morning excursion I had time to walk to the historic library and do a little research. I'd like to return.
Visited: May 04, 2018
We met my wife’s grandparents for the day. We live 20 miles or so from the port, at the time I worked along the road from Loch Lomond, & I’ve been to Glasgow too many times to remember. So we met them & got a cup of tea! But in reality I would recommend heading either to Glasgow city centre & getting on one of the hop on hop off buses! If you are lucky enough to get good weather, you will have a cracking day! Either that or head up the side of the beautiful Loch Lomond! The scenery is 2nd to none!
Great trip to Loch Lomond and Inveraray Castle. The Duke of Argyll, himself, welcomed us to his home which was an added thrill.
Visited: Jul 12, 2017
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