How to Make the Most of a Two Days in Glasgow

    Glasgow had a pretty naughty reputation for a while. But the last couple of decades have seen the Scottish city flourish all over again. Much like the proverbial phoenix. And, even though Edinburgh (and Harry Potter) still takes most of the credit for urban tourism in Scotland, Glasgow has gathered a fresh reputation of its own. Did you hear it was voted the friendliest city in the UK (and maybe the world)? Discover this fantastic city over an exciting weekend…

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