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24 hours in Glasgow

GLASGOW  /  TO EXPLORE

24 hours in Glasgow

So you’ve been given just one day to explore the culinary highlights of Haggis, Scotch, and Lucozade? Check out our Glasgow best-of list and make it count.

If you’ve just got one day to spend in Glasgow, then best stick to the city centre. If you’re staying at citizenM Glasgow, you’ll be right in the middle of it all so put on your walking shoes – not literally, nobody needs walking shoes in town – and get walking! If you fancy exploring a little further afield, the trendy Finneaston area is less than 30-minutes away by foot, and along the way you’ll find everything from vintage shops to great coffee, oysters, and more substantial classic eateries.

Here’s where we’d spend our 24-hours in Glasgow!

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The Griffin, Wild At Heart  - 266 Bath Street with Elmbank Street Glasgow

Transformed from a traditional " Old Man's " Glasgow drinking pub, by the Bardot like Angela and her husband the Gatsby-Esque Leonardo Di Caprio-Like owner Bobsy Mullen, a shadow from my Sony Music Halcyon days and proprietor of a few traditional but always sparkling, packed, funky Glasgow bars, The Griffin is loved by locals, musicians, actors, bankers, the happy, the sad, the melancholy, the young, the old and the beautiful. 

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