There’s a semi-famous (and somewhat cliched) saying round these parts that runs “Glasgow made the Clyde, and the Clyde made Glasgow”. I’ve absolutely no clue who said it but the more I learn about the city, the more I believe in it. Well, on a sunny day at least…
Glasgow and the Clyde
Before I visited Glasgow for the first time, Edinburgh was one of the most beautiful places in the world to me; from the contrasting architecture to the seemingly random crags displaced in and around its borders. It didn’t take me long, however, to find a new Scottish favourite.
Glasgow’s an incredible place for children with a multitude of parks, museums, eateries and shops. Fit in as much as you can with this one-day itinerary the kids (and grown-ups) will love.