Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions to Glasgow with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in The city of Glasgow with Irro Charter

Glasgow is a Scottish port city located in the western Lowlands of Clyde. The well-known Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture dates from the 18th to the 20th century, when the city was a wealthy trading and shipbuilding center. These days, Glasgow is now considered to be an important national cultural center. In addition to the Scottish Opera, the Scottish Ballet and the National Theater of Scotland, there are also renowned museums and lively thriving music scenes in the city.

As a bus company with decades of experience, we will take care of all your Glasgow charter bus requirements. Book an airport shuttle, rent a tour bus for a city trip, or hire a with driver for a few days to not just explore Glasgow itself, but also the beautiful Lowlands of Clyde. Just give us a call and let us know what you need. We will make sure to offer you perfect bus rental services suited to your needs. Our Irro Bus Charter and group travel team is waiting for you.

To give you some impressions on what awaits you in this great city of Glasgow, please check our Top 10 charter bus company recommendations for your Glasgow visit.

Statue of Robert Peel in Glasgow - Scotland
  1. Glasgow Cathedral

    Glasgow Cathedral, known as the High Kirk of Glasgow, is a beautiful place to fully appreciate some of the city's gorgeous architecture. The cathedral marks the spot where Saint Mungo, the patron saint of Glasgow, built his first church back in the day, and his tomb is now in the lower crypt. The Glasgow Cathedral is within easy reach of a tour bus, so make sure to visit this stunning example of Scottish Gothic architecture.
  2. Kelvingrove Art Museum

    The Kelvingrove Art Museum is an absolute must-see in Glasgow. This museum is located within one of the city's most eye-catching buildings, and it houses an amazing twenty-two different galleries, with everything from animals to ancient Egypt. The museum is located in the west end of Glasgow with 8000 objects on display and fittingly backs on the banks of the Kelvin River. For this occasion don't forget to rent your own charter bus and driver. As you'll want to see everything Glasgow has to offer, the best way to travel in and around the city is to go easily by tour bus.
  3. Scottish Football Museum

    A visit of Scottish Football Museum is a must when you are visiting Glasgow. This specialized museum is the perfect trip for football fans. In an effort to promote Scotland's unique football heritage, the museum displays the world's most impressive national collection of football-related memorabilia. With the chance to sit in the original dressing room of old Hampden, marvel at the best Scottish football highlights of the years and awe at the original Scottish Cup. Enter the old towers and pay a visit to the museum every day of the week.
  4. Tennents Wellpark Brewery

    The true way to immerse yourself in Glaswegian culture is to visit the home of the famous Tennent's lager, which has been brewed in Glasgow for more than 450 years. Book a tour at the Tennents Wellpark Brewery to learn more about the rich heritage of one of the largest brands in the country and get to know the production project used to create the perfect pint. With Tennent's memorabilia collections from over the years, look at the different marketing tools used by the brand over the centuries with countless football and music nodes. Of course, make sure you enjoy a few pints while you're there, too. Luckily, your Irro Bus Charter chartered bus driver will make sure you get home safe and sound.
  5. The People´s Palace

    Located on Glasgow Green, there is the People's Palace which offers plenty of open space for dog walking, fun and games, and picnics. The city of Glasgow and the men, with spectacular whale jawbones circling the stairway leading to further discoveries, are a tribute to it. There are themed displays throughout the year, including caricatured and World War II exhibits. There is a stunning winter garden glasshouse behind the museum and a café with delicacies at respectable prices.
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    University of Glasgow Cloisters, Scotland
  7. Pollock Park

    Just a few miles from the city center and a quick trip on your Irro Bus Charter, charter bus, you certainly should think about spending a few hours at Pollock Park and getting away from the city's bustle. This park is beautiful, and vast forests are a perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors. Being the largest and only country park, it can be a common place for both humans and animals to visit in the warmer months. The park is rich in history as it officially was part of old Pollok property. It also has a play area, an orientation course, riverside walks and much more inside the grounds, having been awarded the Green Flag Award in 2016 too.
  8. The Barras

    Although its heyday is probably now a figment of imagination, The Barras is an integral part of Glaswegian culture. A muckle street and indoor market that still relives its glory days on the weekend with stalls on stalls and bargains, it's perfect for people to watch and land that one-off home piece.
  9. Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace

    The Glasgow Botanic Gardens, created in 1817, are a welcome splash of green in a concrete jungle. Take a tour of the world through their myriad of plant species and admire the stunning glass-covered Kibble Palace wonderland of a glasshouse.
  10. King Tut´s Wah Wah Hut

    Glasgow, a UNESCO City of Music, holds a fair share of music traps. Perhaps the most emblematic,King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is a local institution, so board your tour bus and visit. Praised by all the visitors, this cracking bar and live venue is renowned for hosting a number of big-name bands for their first Scottish appearance, as well as a platform for new talent. Oasis, The Verve, Radio Head, The White Stripes and Beck are just a few of them.
  11. Riverside Museum

    An architectural wonder, the Zaha Hadid Riverside Museum has been designed to keep even the most inquisitive soul entertained for hours. Awarded with many awards and over 3,000 objects on display, this iconic building takes visitors on an epic journey through Glasgow and Scotland's rich history of transportation.

As you can see, Glasgow is more than just worth a visit. There is great variety of places to visit, and our bus company Irro Bus Charter is your partner every step along the way. Trust our experience of more than 4 decades in the tour bus business to provide you with the exactly the and bus rental services you require. Whether just an airport shuttle transfer, full day bus rental services or event transportion, our modern charter bus fleet is state-of-the-art, and offers the very vehicle you will ask for. Our Irro Bus Charter bus company certainly also offers well experienced and kind drivers, as well as a supportive tour bus booking team. What are you waiting for ?

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Karsten von Holten

Karsten von Holten - Author

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