Holiday rentals and lodges for sale in Strathclyde
Glasgow is the biggest and liveliest city in Scotland according to some top travel magazines, famous for its Victorian style buildings such as the Glasgow Botanic Gardens with a glass covered roof, Kelvingrove Art Galley and Museum, City Chambers, and the University of Glasgow. Well worth a walk down the Clyde River banks to see the maritime heritage of Glasgow. For shopping and entertainment, Buchanan Street is Glasgow's shopping district. You can also find great night life, an opera house and a variety of shows. Plus, over 70 parks and gardens located in the city.
In the surrounding area, you’ll find many trails perfect for nature walks and cycling. The old mill town of New Lanark, Bothwell Castle, the Summerlee Heritage Park in Coatbridge and even historic coal mines that you can go down and pay a visit to an old miners’ cottage. The Clydebuilt Scottish Maritime Museum’s collection of model ships is a popular spot.
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Fun Fact! There is more marble in the Glasgow City Chambers than there is in the whole of the Vatican.