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
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
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!
We took the train into the city. To get to the train station you can walk through a mall--buy your water bottles in the Dollar stores in the mall. They were the cheapest water bottles we found the entire trip.
Visited: Jun 25, 2015
We took the train into Glasgow and did our own walking tour of the architecture, which is amazing. The city is hilly but very clean. We'd like to come back here.
Visited: Jun 30, 2017
The tour to Edinburgh Castle was excellent, and so was the guide.
Visited: May 26, 2016
Not great, if you don't have an excursion booked probably better to grab a bus, or train to Gourock, if the weather is nice you can walk (30 to 40 mins over leven ground, no hills) Gourock has some lovely coastal walks, views, it even has it's very own standing stone "Granny Kempocks stone" up near the church that dominates the hill, good pubs with river views, my favourite is Cleats which is close to the railway station. Nice places to eat also.
We skipped the drive into Glasgow and did one of the highlands tours instead, which was a great decision! We especially enjoyed stopping at the woolen mill and seeing the herding dog demonstration. The scenery is dramatic and stunning!
Visited: Jul 07, 2016
We took a tour to Blackness Castle and Midhope Castle on a Outlander Tour. The scenery was excellent.
Visited: May 25, 2019
Self guided walk around Greenock was interesting and relaxing. Five hours r/t bus travel to Edinburgh for the Tattoo was the highlight of the trip. Princess even had the general dining room open upon our return at 1:30am! Otherwise our 4pm departure would have meant no formal meals most of the second half of day. Kudos to Princess for that.
Visited: Aug 17, 2019
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