Any trip to Glasgow wouldn’t be complete without a sightseeing tour of some description. Glasgow not only offers the firm favourites including hop on, hop off tours, walking tours and bike tours, but we have some of the most unusual places to see and visit that will take your breath away.
Glasgow is not only the cultural capital of Scotland but it’s a great base from which to explore the rest of the country. Rabbie’s tours have a fantastic number of overnight and day trips that you can take from Glasgow to places including the Isle of Skye, Loch Lomond and further afield to the Highlands. You’ll be spoilt for choice.
Hop- on Hop- off tours
Hop on Hop off city tours are top sellers for a reason. They are such an enjoyable way to combine getting to know the sights as well as building in your transportation costs at the same time. Plus, you can spend time at attractions and venues that of particular interest to you whether that be the Kelvingrove Museum or the shopping malls in the city centre. The choice is yours.
Red Bistro Bus Tour
Step aboard the Glasgow Red Bistro Bus Tour as you step back in time. Enjoy the delicacies of a traditional Afternoon Tea or a tasty dinner as you weave through the streets of Glasgow onboard this classic vintage bus. Clients are raving about this unique experience and it’s one not to miss. Either experience costs just £42.50 per person.
Calling all soccer fans, get up close and personal with your beloved team on a trip to a football stadium in Glasgow. There is pent up demand for these tours so book in advance if you are on a tight schedule.
Shopping is national pastime in Glasgow, and you’ll find all your favourite high street shops.
Glasgow as a city break destination most has everything for which you would wish.
Glasgow has got to be one of the most child friendly cities in the World!
Recognised as Scotland’s best loved interior designer and architect.
Glasgow’s food and drink culture, its gastronomic success stories.
It really is a top city if your keen on culture and contemporary culture.
Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.
The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.