You can buy your individual journeys or day pass with contactless bank card, but if you’re using cash you’ll need the exact change. Hillhead – towards the Botanic Garden’s side of the West End you’ll find more shops and cafes including Hanoi Bike Shop which serves fantastic Vietnamese food. I recently spent some time backpacking in the UK before heading off to Asia. Just like when I tagged Galway onto my Dublin trip, I ended up almost preferring Glasgow to Edinburgh, the location that brought me to Scotland in the first place. Join a handful of our tour directors as they bring their homelands to life in these experiential videos.
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The blog’s niche is targeted on local experiences, cultural highlights, traditional cuisine, and unique things to do in a destination. We decided that life was too short to just sit around, & packed our stuff for Dubai. Josh and I met online and only a few months later I moved from Antwerp to Josh in London. Although living in London was great, the high costs, the massive rat-race and the political climate meant we felt uneasy and were ready to tackle an adventure abroad head-on. Ever since we moved abroad we have travelled non-stop, combining history, magical panoramas, secret temples & the best local food.
There’s also a large, contemporary style lounge complete with big sofas and a log burning stove – perfect for relaxing after a day out exploring the Ring of Kerry. Downstairs an award winning restaurant is – literally – on your doorstep. Venturing on towards the shores of Loch Fyne along the A83, you’ll travel past the iconic beauty spot theRest and Be Thankful. On the shores of Loch Fyne is the legendaryLoch Fyne Oyster Bar, a Scottish gastronomic icon where clean and unfussy seafood allows you to delve wholeheartedly into the fresh flavours and beautiful views.
Southeast of the city and in the middle of leafy Glasgow Green, you can walk to the People’s Palace from town in 20 minutes. Recommending a graveyard may seem a bit weird but Glasgow Necropolis has amazing views over the city at sunset. It also has some of the most elaborate graves I’ve seen – more like mini temples than anything else. The East End is a 15-minute bus ride or a 30-minute walk from the centre of town. I began the second day of my Glasgow weekend by heading back to the Southside for a second round of coffee and brunch. Whether you choose to do this or not, there are loads of ways to spend a Sunday in Glasgow.
Remember, taxis are expensive here, especially for tours of the Rock. So use the cable car to get to the top and then walk down for a more rewarding experience. Often overlooked in favor of better traveled Nordic cities like Copenhagen and Stockholm, Finland receives just a fraction of the tourists of its neighboring countries. If you’re in search of a destination jessbeauty89 lesser visited in Europe, put Helsinki, Finland at the top of your list for its relaxed atmosphere and cool hipster vibe. As a result, many of the beautiful, historic buildings now play host to university faculty. For a splurge, check out the annual TEFAF art fair, the Michelin-starred restaurant Beluga, and the massive André Rieu concert in summer.
Pizza is the specialty here, and you might also enjoy the selection of Scottish salmon preparations. Prices are family friendly and you’ll often find kids running about the light, airy dining room, but the relaxed staff has it all in hand. Fresh ingredients, generous portions, and welcoming servers make this branch of Di Maggio’s worth your time. There’s another nice one in RoyalExchange Square not far away off Buchanan Street, which also offers outdoor seating.