If you're coming to Glasgow, for whatever reason, you'll want to see something of the city while you're here. You could be here on either business or pleasure, but you may be the kind of person, or family, that enjoys going on tours. If you're looking for things to do in Glasgow that includes touring, then you'll be glad to know that we've compiled a list for you of some great tours that will help you to see Glasgow in all its glory. You'll get to see some of its great landmarks, monuments and historical buildings of note. So read on to see our comprehensive list of things to do Glasgow if you enjoy tours.
With the Discover Scotland Tour, you'll get to see Glasgow in the best possible way with 3 day tours and 1 day trips, so you can choose which is best for you. They offer a hotel pickup service and with their luxury Mercedes coaches you're guaranteed a really pleasant journey. Their tours go all over Scotland, so you'll have the opportunity to see more of this beautiful country. You'll find Discover Scotland Tours at 81 Linwood Road.
Rabbie's Day Tours take trips all over Scotland but their tour of Glasgow is every bit as exciting with a half day tour taking you all over the city, so you can take in their most famous landmarks including Glasgow Cathedral and some of their best museums. You'll find out so much more about Glasgow and its people via a comprehensive tour of this kind. If you'd like to take the Glasgow tour then meet outside the Parish Hall, 266 George Street.
The Timberbush Tours from Glasgow run from April to September leaving first thing in the morning. Their trips take in Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond and the Highlands, so you're guaranteed an amazing journey into the landscapes, history and scenery of this most spectacular of countries. It's an 8-hour trip that finishes at 5pm, so you will have had a really broad trip that takes in so much of what Scotland is most proud of.
Student Tours Scotland designs tours with students in mind, however anyone is welcome to join their tours. There's all sorts of different trips, from walking tours in Glasgow city and coach trips that take you around Scotland so you get to see so much more of it. Because they're designed for students they're really affordable so you don't have to have a lot of money to go. The trips also come with their very own guides, so you'll get to find out all about the legends, myths and famous stories this country is full of.
What better way to see Glasgow than with the City Sightseeing Glasgow Bus Tour? Their open top bus is a great way to see the city and it comes with recorded commentary via audio channels that are on every seat, so no struggling to hear what's being said. There's lots to hear about with ghost stories and strange and wonderful facts about Glasgow you never knew about. If you have friends who are visitors to the country and don't have English as a first language, the audio tours are in 8 different languages. The tours are just over an hour and the staff are amazing with modern buses built for comfort. You'll find the City Sightseeing Glasgow Bus Tours at 153 Queen Street.
A great trip around Achentoshen Distillery where you'll learn about how whiskey is made, with all the amazing details about this famous drink you'll never have heard about. There are a variety of different trips, which are all differently priced, just choose the one that best suits what you're looking for. From the classic 60-minute tour of the distillery to the Auchentoshan Tantalizing Tasting session, you'll have a great time. You'll find Auchentoshen Distillery Tour in the Clydebank.
About Scotland – Tours From Glasgow
Private customised tours of Scotland from a tour guide that knows the country like the back of his hand, who can take you to the places no-one else knows about? Tour buses have a strict timetable, but with these tours you get to see hidden places and corners you’d never get to see on a coach trip.
If this is the kind of trip for you with hidden away country roads with the sights and sounds of places you won’t get to see on other, more traditional tours, then this is probably the tour for you. Your guide can create an itinerary that’s suitable for you and what you want to see, with a time that suits, you can have a trip that takes a day or even one that takes a week, it’s entirely up to you. Walking and hiking trips can also be arranged as the guide is also an enthusiastic hill walker, who can also arrange accommodation on your behalf as part of your trip. Whether you’re a single person, a family or a small or large group there’s plenty to keep you entertained with music and complimentary soft drinks. What better way to see Scotland? You’ll find About Scotland based in Knightswood Glasgow, and their email address is on their website.
We hope you found our list of things to do in Glasgow if you enjoy tours interesting and informative. There are so many great ways of seeing Glasgow and the rest of Scotland, so you can make the most of your time here. Enjoy your time in Glasgow, it’s a city that’s full of life.