“ Guided tour to the main attractions in Glasgow. „
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It you are ever in Glasgow for a few days ,one of the best ways to see the city is by taking a city tour. This is a hop on hop off service that gives you easy access to most of the major tourist attractions. Tickets for the tour cost £7 for adults £3 for children £5.50 for concessions and a family ticket costs £16 (thats for 2 adults and up to 4 children under 14). There are special rates for parties but these have to be booked in advance. You can purchase your ticket from the driver or at the tourist information centre at George Square or St Enochs Square. They are also available at Buchanan Street Bus Station and in Thomas Cook at Glasgow Central Station. Stop1 George Square Places of interest are:- The City Chambers Gallery of Modern Art The Lighthouse Tourist Information Centre Queen Street Station Stop2 Glasgow Cathedral St Mungo Museum Provands Lordship Stop3 Merchant City Tron Theatre Panopitcon Theatre Stop4 Glasgow Green Peoples Palace The “Barras” Market St Andrews in the Square Stop5 Gorbals Cross Days Inn Glasgow Mosque Stop6 St Vincent Street St Vincent Street Church Marroitt Hotel Forte Posthouse Hotel Hilton Hotel Stop7 Park Youth Hostel Mitchell Library Stop8 University of Glasgow Hunterian Art Gallery And Museum Mackintosh House University Visitors Centre Stop9 Byres Road Botanic Gardens Stop 10 Museums Kelvingrove Art Gallery & MuseumKelvin Hall Sports Arena Museum of Transport Stop 11 Sauchiehall Street West KelvingrovePark Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel Stop12 Charing Cross Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum Baird Hall Stop 13 McLennan Galleries Glasgow Rchool of Art Centre for Contemporary Arts Willow Tearooms Tenement House Museu
m Stop 14 Theatres Piping Centre Theatre Royal Pavilion Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama Stop15 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Buchanan Galleries Buchanan Bus Station The tours leave every 30 minutes and the first tour starts from George Square at 9.30am daily from March until 31st October and the whole tour lasts approx 40 minutes. There is a guide on board willing to answer any questions and there are recorded language options available as well as written translations in French,German,Italian and Spanish. All air suspension bus have wheelchair access for the disabled. When you buy your ticket you will also receive discount vouchers for shops and cafes.If you hang on to your ticket you can get discounts on other city tours.both home and abroad the guide will be happy to give you details. All thats left to be said is enjoy your stay in Glasgow and come back soon.