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Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is renowned for its culture, unique style and the friendliness of people.
The city enjoys a year-round buzz with a vibrant arts scene, world-class music venues, fun-filled attractions and lively nightlife so it’s no surprise that leading publications and travel guides including Rough Guides, The Guardian, Fodor's and Marie Claire, have named Glasgow as a must visit destination in 2014..
Glasgow has a fantastic range of world-class museums and galleries, from the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum to the iconic Riverside Museum along the banks of the River Clyde. A walk through Glasgow’s streets could take you past glorious architecture, or you might wander along the Charles Rennie Mackintosh trail, tracing the famous designer’s distinctive contributions to his city.
Glasgow is consistently voted as the top place to shop in the UK, outside London's west end. With everything from high street favourites, exclusive designers to cool vintage stores and with over 200 stores on the city's Style Mile, which are now open until 7pm every weeknight you can shop until you drop.
International Cuisine and Nightlife
The city is now the envy of many European cities for its amazing and eclectic restaurant and café scene. From traditional Scottish fare to Indian, sushi to tapas, whisky to cocktails, every taste is catered for.
If you’re feeling up to exploring the nightlife, the city is a dynamic hub of art, theatre and music. From the central Merchant City, formerly an area of warehouses and food markets, now transformed into a lively entertainment quarter to the Old Fruit market famous for theatre, jazz, comedy, rock and world music gigs there is something to suit all tastes.
With a whole host of international events coming to the city in 2014, Glasgow will be in the global spotlight like never before. The city’s calendar of events has something to suit everyone from world class theatre and comedy to music, sport, visual arts and family fun - there's something to enjoy every day of the week.
And with 2014 set to be a spectacular year for the city there has never been a better time to visit.
August will see the city raise the curtain on the world’s biggest week of piping and traditional music when Piping Live! Glasgow International Piping Festival and The World Pipe Band Championships return from 11 – 17 August featuring over 200 events, 50,000 spectators and 8000 performers from 150 nations!
For more information, visit: peoplemakeglasgow.com/piping
23 Jul - 3 Aug Commonwealth Games
11 Aug - 18 Aug Piping Live! Festival: Homecoming