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Each area of Glasgow, the city centre, Merchant city and the West End has its own superb array of places to shop. Glasgow has a plethora of places to shop. Whether you are looking for big name brands or unique independent shops, Glasgow has an abundance of shopping outlets to suit your taste and budget.

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Independent Shopping

For serious, committed shoppers the idea of hunting down specialist boutiques, offbeat curios and vintage shops is very appealing, especially in a new city. Below are a list of laneways and locations dotted around Glasgow that are sure to tick all the boxes.

THE HIDDEN LANE AND THE HIVE GLASGOW

‘The Hidden Lane’ in Finnieston exudes an atmosphere of hip. Every few metres you’ll come across boho style shops, independent coffee shops, and art galleries.

Dee Courey's shopping aracade

Small and beautifully formed, De Courcy’s Arcade is jn the West end of Glasgow, hidden away from the main streets. Some great bargains can be found if you are looking for unusual jewellery, vintage clothing or homewares. Opening hours 10am-5pm, Mon-Sat and 12-5pm Sundays.

The Barras Market

One of the UK’s oldest markets, every weekend you’ll see crowds weaving through indoor and outdoor stalls, hunting down a bargain. Open Saturdays and Sundays, The Barras is much about entertainment as shopping, due to the great banter you’ll hear amongst the locals.

28 Langside

This shop is a treasure trove of one-off items that scream unique. Elegant artisan products and greeting cards adorn the shelves, amongst many other tempting items. We challenge you to leave the stop empty handed.

High Street Shopping

Shopping in Glasgow is part of everyday life (excuse the pun) Most recognisable flagstreet stores are easily found in shopping centres dotted around the city including Princes Square, St. Enoch Centre, Buchanan Galleries and the Arygyll arcade. It is highly unlikely that Glasgow won’t have your favourite somewhere open somewhere in the city.

Princes Square Shopping Centre

Shopping at Princes Square is a very pleasant experience indeed. The building itself is elegant and represents what you can expect to see inside. Located on Buchanan Street, make your way through the courtyard, first and second floors before reaching the terrace and roof terrace, where you can enjoy a coffee break or well-deserved snack.

The Buchanan Galleries

This premier shopping centre is so easy to get to, located close to Queen Street Station. With Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street each side, you have a wide array of shops to browse in, if you are time poor. Shop more than 80 premium brands in one location.

Braehead

Braehead shopping centre has new stores opening on a regular basis and can certainly claim to be one of the more popular places to show in Glasgow shopping centres in Glasgow. Something to note is the introduction of their ‘quiet hour’ on the first Tuesday of each month, from 10-11am to cater for shoppers who may require an autism friendly environment.

Glasgow Fort

Located just off the M8, east of Glasgow, Glasgow Fort is easy to get to by car or public transport. The A-Z of shops include 100 of Scotland’s most popular retail stores. Eat, drink and shop here to your hearts content.

Style Mile

The Glasgow style mile is often mentioned when the subject of shopping in Glasgow comes up. It refers to an area filled with shopping centres and flagship stores centred around Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street. The area offers everything a savvy shopper could want to buy.

Silverburn

On the Braehead Road Silverburn is just as much about entertainment and dining as it is about shopping. An excellent choice to combine a day and evening out in Glasgow.

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