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City Tour Glasgow! (Scotland with Style)

Experience a private city tour of Glasgow’s most famous landmarks, and you will discover a history dating back to the 7th century when St Kentigern, ( St Mungo) established a small church on the grounds where the present Glasgow Cathedral, stands today. Glasgow is renowned for it’s beautiful architecture and museums, a legacy left behind by Glasgow;s wealthy merchants during the industrial revolution of the 1700 hundreds. Visitors to Glasgow, can now experience a city that has reinvented itself as a modern cosmopolitan city with a mix of Victorian, and modern architecture combined with fantastic restaurants, pubs and a thriving music scene. All of which you shall discover during your private tour around the city.

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Your private tour of Scotland’s largest city begins at Greenock Port where you will be met by Ricki, your driver/guide for the day. After our introduction we shall head to the west end of the city, which is always a good place to start the tour. Firstly we visit the newly refurbished Kelvingrove Art gallery & Museum. Opened in 1901 the impressive red sandstone building was built in Spanish Baroque style and houses a collection of over 8,000 exhibits. A short leafy walk from here stands the imposing Glasgow University. Founded in 1451, it is the 4th oldest English-speaking university in the world. After visiting other sights around the west end, we shall stop for lunch perhaps at the excellent Ubiquitous Chip at Ahton Lane.

After lunch we head to the heart of the city George square, named after King George 111. The square boasts an impressive collection of statues celebrating many of Scotland’s son’s including Robert Burns, James Watt & Sir Walter Scott. The east side of the square is dominated by the ornate Glasgow City Chambers opened in 1888. Moving on we visit the Merchant city an area developed by the tobacco lords in around the 1750. A short drive from here we arrive at the magnificent medieval Glasgow Cathedral, built for the Archbishop of Glasgow in the late 12th century and the only medieval cathedral to survive the reformation on the Scottish mainland. Leaving cathedral square we then travel to view the Tolbooth Steeple, ( 1625-1626) before arriving at Glasgow Green to visit the impressive Peoples Palace. Finally we then make our way back to your hotel or where ever you are based. ( arrival approx 5 pm)

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