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With the largest city population in Scotland, Glasgow is a welcoming city bursting with personality and rich history. Boasting a diverse array of cultural amenities and Celtic charm, Glasgow leaves you wanting for nothing.
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If it’s a romantic stroll you have in mind, Pollock Country Park should be at the top of your list. Spreading over 360 acres, this park has woodland trails, Highland cows and much more wildlife, including a myriad of birds. Otters have been spotted there too, so see if you are lucky enough to see them! You can take a picnic to share or grab a drink and snack at the cafe in Pollok House itself.
For a romantic stroll, visit Bellahouston Park. Take in the views spanning most of the city, relax and spend some quality time getting to know your date. Encompassing a sculpture garden and House for an Art Lover. This was a vision of Charles Rennie Mackintosh back in 1901 and only brought to life in 1989 when work began to build it, from the drawings Mackintosh had left behind almost 90 years earlier.
If you’d rather have a city stroll, wander along the River Clyde and you’ll also see where the Clyde Arc is situated. There are some unique bridges along the way, 70 in total, allowing you to cross to either side. Keep an eye out for the abundant birdlife during your tranquil walk. At night, the area is beautifully lit, and provides a great opportunity for photos for your Instagram feed!
The Riverside Museum, situated along the River Clyde, won European Museum of the Year in 2013 and boasts over 3,000 items relating to Glasgow’s rich past. Berthed outside is the Tall Ship, one of only 5 Clyde-built ships remaining afloat. Her maiden voyage was in 1896 and is now recognised as one of the Core Collection of historic vessels in the UK.
If you want more, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has been granted a top spot on TripAdvisor. Having opened in 1901, the museum also boasts an impressive amount of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Art Nouveau works within the 22 galleries.
For a date with a difference, take part in the City Centre Mural Trail. With over 13 wall murals to view along the one and a half hour route, you will find plenty to chat about with your date and muse over your favourites. The tour outlines today’s life in Glasgow and explains the stories behind each mural. The artworks vastly differ in style so you are sure to find at least one you fall in love with.
For a tour of a different kind, jump on the City Sightseeing Bus Tour. The journey itself lasts approximately an hour and a half but you can jump off and back on wherever you fancy, so you don’t miss out on the things that appeal to you both along the way! The Red Bus Bistro also offers a tour, but with a difference; you can get a unique dining experience, such as afternoon tea or a gin experience, and some decent grub.
If grabbing a bargain, or treating yourself to that new designer ‘must-have’ item appeals to both of you, then Glasgow is a shopper’s paradise and the next best place outside of London for shopping. From high street to high end, shopping around Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and the West End, plus many more, offers more than enough to satisfy your shopping requirements.
Once you have finished shopping, it’s time to refuel. If you want to end the day on a high, reserve a table at Two Fat Ladies At The Buttery for a superb fine-dining experience. With its charming surroundings and perfect ambience, the expertly cooked seafood and local produce will whet anyone’s appetite. The restaurant also offers vegan options, catering for everyone.
You may wish to have brunch before you spend the rest of the day sightseeing. If so, Cafe Strange Brew is the place to go. Decadent food at budget prices with outstanding service will set you both up for the day ahead! The menu is extensive offering items such as pancakes, Stornoway Stack (black pudding), waffles, cakes, Eggs Benedict and chorizo hash, plus so many more delicious meals.
If an evening date suits you better and you’d like to share a few drinks together, then Glasgow has whatever type of nightlife you are looking for. There are many bars to choose from. The Shilling Brewery Company was the first brewpub in the city and where you can sample ales brewed only metres away, guaranteeing the freshest pint in Glasgow. You’re treated to resident and guest DJs at the weekend ensuring a lively date night.
Drop into Bavaria Brauhaus, a German bar with steins, schnitzels and bratwurst and added to this is Bavarian-style music. Oktoberfest is brought to Glasgow and you both are guaranteed an enjoyable and lively night. The huge hall has been inspired by the Hofbrauhaus in Munich and is beautiful and ornate, yet welcoming at the same time. If beer isn’t your thing, they also serve cocktails and have a great wine list
The Speakeasy promises a perfect drinking den and specialises in ‘hot dates’. With a relaxed atmosphere and LGBTQ friendly, you can hire a private booth, join a spot of karaoke and dance the night away until you’re ready to drop. There is also a great food menu to help you restore your energy levels if you need to during the evening.