Glasgow boomed as the ‘second city of the British Empire’ and is renowned for its energy, humour and creativity
Scotland’s largest city has a proud industrial heritage and is dominated by magnificent Victorian architecture and landscaped parks. After lectures, explore the City Centre, with the gothic, leafy Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis in the East End before heading back to your flat. Or rent housing close to the Merchant City, which is bursting with luxury restaurants and designer shops. Sauchiehall Street is crackling with a youthful energy, while the bohemian West End is home to Glasgow University and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.