If it's a bit of highbrow you're after, Glasgow is home to Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and the Scottish National Orchestra. The city has ten theatres, and there's no shortage of traditional entertainments. But if you want an 'ethnic experience¹ check out the ceilidh scene at 'The Riverside', or go clubbing till the wee sma' hours.
One of the beauties of Glasgow is its easy access to some of Scotland¹s most dramatic countryside.
To the north lies Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Rob Roy Country, with lochs, mountains and stunning scenery.
Journey west on the north side of the Clyde and you will experience the rugged beauty of Scotland's rugged Atlantic coastline. A paradise for sailing enthusiasts and daytrippers on the many ferries that link with outes to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
Take the route west on the south side of the Clyde and you will pass through the towns made famous in the days of Glasgow great shipyards
.Follow the road south towards rolling Ayrshire - Burns Country: undulating green hills, castles and a dramatic coastline full of historical and golfing connections.
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