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Glasgow is one of the most evolving cities of Scotland, developing at a rapid rate; the city is also one of the most visited in Scotland. Whether it is architecture, history, cultural symbols or shopping; Glasgow offers visitors with a wide variety of...more

Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Glasgow is one of the most evolving cities of Scotland, developing at a rapid rate; the city is also one of the most visited in Scotland. Whether it is architecture, history, cultural symbols or shopping; Glasgow offers visitors with a wide variety of things to see and do. For Muslim visitors Glasgow features a wide range of halal facilities including halal hotels, halal foods and mosques. The best time to visit Glasgow is between March and August when the temperatures are moderate and days are longer. Winters are also good for those who wish to enjoy the cold temperatures.

Glasgow is among the largest cities in Scotland. The city has been awarded with several titles such as City of Culture in 1990, City of Architecture and Design in 1999 and Capital of Sport in 2003. The city is listed in the list of UNESCO Creative Cities and is also named as the city of Music. Glasgow is one of the most visited cities in the British Isles. The city features beautiful Victorian and Edwardian architecture. The best buildings to see in the city are St Enoch Subway Station, Glasgow Central Station, City Chambers, etc.

Glasgow also has numerous museums and art galleries that depict the history and culture of the city. The best museums in Glasgow are Burrell Collection, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow Science Centre, Riverside Museum, Transmission Gallery, etc. For those looking for open green spaces in Glasgow there are a number of beautiful parks and gardens that travelers would love to visit. Some wonderful parks in Glasgow are Glasgow Green, Kelvingrove Park, Tollcross Park, Queens Park, etc.

Glasgow offers one of the best shopping experiences in Scotland. There are several shopping malls around the areas of Braehead, Glasgow Fortand Silverburn. Some great places to shop in the city are The Barras, Princes Square, St Enoch Centre, De Courcy's Arcade, Byres Road, etc.

Nearby Airports

There are two main airports serving Glasgow namely the Glasgow International Airport and Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. The Glasgow International Airport is located about 8 miles from the city center. From the Glasgow International Airport visitors can take the shuttle that drops them to the two main stations. Visitors can also take local buses which are quite affordable. Car rentals and taxis are also available at the airport.

The Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is the secondary airport and is located about 50Km from the city center. There is a train serving the airport that drops passengers to the Glasgow Central. Buses are also available from the airport to the city.

Halal Restaurants

Finding halal restaurants in Glasgow is easy. There are several exciting options where visitors can dine. Some of the best halal restaurants in Glasgow include Desi Curry Palace, Charghas Fast Food, Halal Kebab House, Kebabish Original, Shish Mahal, CaféSerena, Café Salma, Rahmano's, Mazadar Restaurant, etc.

Mosques

There are quite a number of mosques in Glasgow. The best mosques in Glasgow include Glasgow Central Mosque, Masjid Madressa Al Arabia Al Islamia, Masjid Madrassa Zia-ul-Quran Trust, Al-Huda Islamic Center, Al-Furqan Mosque, Jamia Islamia, etc.

Things to Do and See in Glasgow

  • City Chambers
  • Glasgow Central Station
  • Glasgow School of Art
  • Mitchell Library
  • Glasgow University
  • Tradeston Pedestrian Bridge
  • Burrell Collection
  • Gallery of Modern Art
  • Glasgow Science Centre
  • Glasgow Police Museum
  • Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
  • People's Palace and Winter Gardens
  • Riverside Museum
  • Bellahouston Park
  • Glasgow Green
  • Kelvingrove Park
  • Tollcross Park
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