Information about flights from London to Glasgow
London, Capital city of England and a centre where millions of tourists and local flock to every year. London is a city that is easily explored by underground and bus however simply walking around London goes a long way in revealing her charm and nobility. London goes back to its founding in the 5th century by the Romans and has grown exponentially since.
London City is one of the leading global cities which flaunt its beautiful art and architecture; it’s highly sought out entertainment, fashion and media and proudly advertises its great financial and professional services. For people of all ages and backgrounds this amazing city has definitely has something for everyone. Great historic sites litter the streets of London from the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben to the iconic Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey and London Eye visitors could spends weeks exploring all of London’s iconic and fantastic wonders. London also boasts one of the finest museums in the world; The British Museum has treasures and artefacts dating over thousands of years old all beautifully laid out for the viewing pleasure of millions of enthusiasts, every year millions of visitors come out with smiles on their faces after experiencing this wonderful free experience.
With regards to the nightlife, London has hundreds of clubs, pubs and bars but the real jewel are the shows being played in the theatre, these shows have become a significant icon in London nightlife with them being frequently sold out night after night.
With over 15 flights everyday; Flying from London to Glasgow is no problem for travellers. Bravofly UK helps in comparing pricing and getting the best deal for your trip.
Glasgow, largest city in Scotland and third largest in the UK, after London and Birmingham. Greater Glasgow boasts a population of over 2 million people, with the highest population density of any city in Scotland. In its early roots, Glasgow was a simple rural settlement on the River Clyde, through years of expansion it has become the largest seaport in Britain.
Recently Glasgow has come in the media spotlight, after hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Known well for its football culture, Glasgow is recognised as the birthplace of one of the oldest and deepest rivalries in the football world.
With both stadiums available to the public for tours as well as on match days , catching a football game is a fantastic way of enrolling yourself in Glasgow culture. Apart from its football aspect, Glasgow is a typical Scottish city, in that its charm is only matched by its raw beauty. Boasting wonderful churches and extraordinary museums of all the arts, the Glaswegian people show their priorities are in order.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum attracts over 1 million visitors every year, and rightly so. Located in the west end of the city on the banks of the River Kelvin, the museum boasts a collection of over 9 thousand objects respectively, and had been the most popular free-to-enter visitor attraction in all of Scotland, since its refurbishment in 2003-2006.
Another sight boasting millions of visitors, is the Glasgow Science Centre. Every since its opining by none other than Queen Elizabeth II on June 5th 2001, it has quickly established itself as one of the key places in Britain to visit. The Glasgow Science Centre consists of a science mall, the Glasgow Tower (which holds a Guinness World Record for being the tallest tower in the world, and is capable of rotating 360 degrees) and an IMAX Cinema. With the city’s devotion to the arts, as well as its obsession with sports, Glasgow is a city that’s never dull and definitely worth a visit or two.
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