Glasgow has accommodation options for budget-minded travellers, though all visitors will enjoy the restaurants and bars. Visitors can also indulge in everything this welcoming, walkable city has to offer, including its shopping, museums, and theatres.
- Though not directly in Glasgow, you'll find Expedia hotels in the surrounding area
- July is the most expensive month to travel here, while November tends to be the cheapest
- Closest major airport is in Glasgow (GLA-Glasgow Intl.), 9.2 mi (14.9 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Glasgow
- Known for its museums, theatres, and live music, including cultural attractions such as Gallery of Modern Art, Burrell Collection, and The SSE Hydro
- Notable landmarks include Glasgow Cathedral, George Square, and Paisley Abbey
- The natural beauty of the riverfront is picturesque, and Botanic Gardens is worth a visit
- Shopping is one of the top reasons to visit, so consider an excursion to St. Enoch Centre, Argyll Arcade, and Princes Square
Getting around Glasgow
There are many transportation options in Glasgow. If you want to venture outside of the area, take a train from Glasgow Rutherglen Station.
Staying in Glasgow
Looking for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay? You might like Kings Park Hotel, averaging GBP 111.54 per night. A 3-star favourite with Expedia travellers is Kings Park Hotel with a 3.5 out of 5 user rating.
Dressing for Glasgow
- Between January and March, you can expect the daytime average to be around 9°C and the nighttime average to be 1°C
- From April to June, temperatures average about 18°C during the day and 4°C at night
- July through September averages 19°C during the day and 8°C at night
- In October–December, the average temperature is 14°C during the day and 2°C at night
- Average annual rainfall for Glasgow is 1323 millimetres