GLASGOW AS A DESTINATION FOR HEN PARTIES
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city is regarded as one of the most colourful and liveliest cities in Europe.
A city of style and vitality, it has some fabulous art collections and museums that are a must for all the culture Hens.
It also boasts the best shopping in the UK outside London, with high street shops, designer labels and speciality outlets to explore. Take a break from shopping and grab a coffee from a range of first class cafes around the Italian centre.
Enjoy the spectacular sights in the city by taking a hop-on, hop-off city sightseeing bus tour with knowledgeable guides and multilingual commentaries. For the thrill seekers why not experience the buzz of a quality high powered boat and see the city from the Clyde as you enter the world of seaforce.
Alternatively, take to the air with the river as your runway on a sea plane service that will fly you over the city and region for 24 minutes.
If sightseeing becomes thirsty work, then take some time out in one of the hundreds of pubs and watering holes in the city.
Dining out is a gastronomic experience with a variety of restaurants serving everything from home cooked local dishes to Asian, Chinese, French and Italian foods?
To end off your day, you and your Hens will be spoilt for choice with over eighty different types of clubs to choose from.
Accommodation is widely available with between 80 and 100 top hotels in the city. Budget accommodation and bed and breakfast houses are also plentiful.
GETTING TO GLASGOW
Glasgow Airport is just 8 miles from the City centre and has connections to over 50 destinations in the UK, mainland Europe, Ireland and Iceland.
Buses and taxis provide transport to the city and it takes about 20 minutes.
Glasgow central station is a key hub in the national network and provides excellent service to all parts of Scotland and the UK.
Glasgow Queen street station provides links to areas in and around Glasgow. Its express service to Edinburgh runs every 15 minutes and takes under 50 minutes.
National Express and Virgin trains operate direct routes to London.
With an excellent network of roads and motorways in Scotland and the UK getting to Glasgow is pretty painless.
South City link provide services through Scotland.
National Express provides long distance Coach services through out the UK.