Idyllically located on the banks of the mighty River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city is continually in flux. Glasgow has been in the midst of a renaissance with its chic shopping centres, the striking architecture of the new multi-million-pound Riverside Museum of Transport, as well as its beautifully preserved mix of historical Victorian, Georgian, Venetian, and Art Deco architecture. Must-sees include the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the immaculately kept grounds of the Pollok Estate Country Park. Glasgow is well known for its top-notch restaurants, lively nightlife, its popular and diverse live music and comedy scene as well as its many authentic traditional pubs. This flourishing Scottish city features a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere yet retains a charming down to earth, genuine feel.