Glasgow is the third largest city in the UK and it has its own unique culture and traditions. There are plenty of interesting things to see here including the Science Museum, Burrell Collection, and the Botanical Gardens. Glasgow is also home to some great pubs and nightclubs. Sports fans visiting the city might like to watch an Old Firm game between Celtic and Rangers – both of these teams are based in Glasgow.
There is never any excuse to be bored in London because this is one of the most exciting cities in the world. The problem that visitors are most likely to have is fitting everything they want to see into their itinerary. Some of the most popular tourist attractions include Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the London Eye, the River Thames, and the British Museum. This city also has some of the best nightlife options in the world.
Other Top Cities to Visit
Famous for its street art, Georgian and Victorian architecture and the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, as well as the SS Great Britain. Close to the historic city of Bath.
The capital city of Wales to five castles in the local area and the most green space per person in the UK, Cardiff provides a wonderful mixture between vibrant city and relaxing, historical destination.
The capital city of Scotland – famous for its "Hogmanay" New Year celebrations, as well as historic attractions including the medieval Edinburgh Castle, Palace of Holyrood and Craigmillar Castle ruins.
A world-renowned historic university city, with the university founded in the 12th century, making it the oldest English speaking university in the world. Why not tour one of the many colleges here?
A small, ancient fortress city, dating back from the 1st century AD. One of the most important cities of Roman Britain; be sure to visit York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre and walk the city walls.