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. …

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 …

Glasgow – Burrell collection

Glasgow – Burrell collection

The wonderful Burrell Collection (Burrell Collection) (pn.-sb. 10.00-17.00, nd. 11.00-17.00; free) – the work of life of a wealthy shipowner, Williama Burrella (1861-1958) – is the main reason for some tourists to come to Glasgow. Unlike many other art collectors, …

Glasgow – South of Clyde

Glasgow – South of Clyde

On the south bank of the Clyde lies Govan – a district famous for its primitive living conditions. To this day, the local community cannot cope with the consequences of the collapse of the shipbuilding industry, which mostly deprived her of employment, …