3/5 - Okay
DavidalexanderOct 12, 2019
Don’t ask about greenock - that’s unfair. The property you sold is what I’m rating - and it’s a disgrace
Greenock awaits: its bars, ice skating, fishing and more!
Check out sights like Custom House and Lyle Hill as you discover Greenock—an area also known for its bars.
Reviewed on 25 Oct 2019
Reviewed on 5 Dec 2019
Glasgow's multipurpose events venue attracts the biggest names in entertainment. Come to see a performance or simply to admire the building's design.
The people of Glasgow love their spacious central gathering place, which is full of statues and surrounded by stately buildings and restaurants.
These buildings that make up one of Scotland’s most important events venues have become iconic sights on the banks of the River Clyde.
This free attraction houses a collection of 8,000 pieces of art and artifacts in no less than 20 themed galleries.
Try some of the hundreds of interactive exhibits, learn about star constellations and watch live science shows at this fun and inspiring attraction with a cinema.
Tour the park and arboretum with century-old trees, have a picnic on the lawn, watch a concert, or admire the design of the impressive 19th-century glasshouses.
Explore the very best of Glasgow on an unlimited hop-on hop-off bus tour. With a 1 or 2 day pass, you can discover this vibrant city at your own pace.
Feel like a rock star as you jump to the front of the line for an upbeat, modern experience in the middle of Glasgow's fashion-forward and historic Style Mile. This hotspot houses rare pieces of authentic music memorabilia—from jackets to guitars.
Kick up your travel-weary feet with a first-class relaxation experience in the Upperdeck Lounge. This peaceful oasis offers a convenient escape from the airport bustle, complete with access to amenities that make the waiting experience pleasurable, including Wi-Fi, food, and drinks.
Although no monsters are alleged to live in Scotland’s largest loch, its “bonny” scenery is sure to keep your attention. Take a day away from city life and uncover the stunning landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and surrounding villages of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Loch Ness immediately conjures thoughts of its famous inhabitant, the Loch Ness Monster. Learn about the mysteries and myths of this loch, visit various Scottish estuaries, and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands.
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Verified travelerFeb 14, 2019
A lot of traffic and pot holes.