Lanark i New Lanark

Lanark i New Lanark

Little, neat LANARK is an old and respectable town, It is spread over the purple hills high above the Clyde River. Its roofs and spiers are perfectly visible for miles around. The only major attraction of the city …

Hamilton i zamek Bothwell

Hamilton i zamek Bothwell

Although Hamilton itself has nothing to tempt tourists, interesting is the hunting palace built in 1732 r. for the aristocratic family of Hamilton. Building designed by a national architect, William Adam, lies in the heart of Chatelherault Park …

Dolina Clyde

Dolina Clyde

The landscape takes on a more rural feel as you move up the Clyde east of Glasgow. The river leaves the last of the numerous shipyards in the Rutherglen suburbs behind and meets the M74 motorway, which, just like Clyde, goes to …

Dumbarton

Dumbarton

DUMBARTON, founded approx. V w., today it is an ugly concrete city, which concentrated all the worst features of post-war architecture and urban planning. Talking Heads fans at Dumbarton can stop the fact, that this is the birthplace of David Byrne- this one from the big ones …

Paisley

Paisley

PAISLEY was founded in the 12th century. as a monastery settlement. At the end of the 18th century. the city entered a period of rapid development as an important center for the production of linen fabrics, specializing in the production of extremely fashionable counterfeit cashmere scarves. Paisley quickly eclipsed other British cities …

Firth of Clyde

From Glasgow, you can easily and quickly reach the mountains with their original beauty, to the picturesque islands off the coast of Argyll or to Edinburgh that is attractive in every way. Nothing unusual, that few tourists stay in the Clyde Valley. Although a lot of cities and towns …

Glasgow Centrum – Pubs and bars

Glasgow Centrum – Pubs and bars

Until recently, Glasgow's pubs were a major contributor to the city's bad reputation over the Clyde; strangers had nothing to look for in them. Although there was a lot of exaggeration in that opinion, it was not entirely unfounded. Today …