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The Local Guide to Living in Glasgow

Glasgow straddles the banks of the River Clyde, dominating the surrounding area with its beautiful architecture, culture, and urban design. It is the nation’s largest city and one of 32 Council Areas of Scotland, growing too large for its historic county of Lanarkshire. From humble beginnings as a fishing village, the city has grown exponentially through history, becoming Britain’s largest seaport, and often being regarded as the United Kingdom’s ‘second city’ due to its size and economic influence.

Today, Glasgow is a culture hub of knowledge and diversity; host to one of the country’s top universities, a plethora of museums and exhibitions, and the home of sport’s greatest rivalry, the Old Firm Derby. Every season, fans of Glasgow Rangers and Celtic gather to support their teams and rejoice in their ancestral heritage, including the famous Orange Walk performed by members of the Orange Order.

Information About the Local Residents

As with any major city in this day and age, Glasgow has an abundance of public transport, both for inner-city and national travel. The city has its own underground system for expedient travel between the North and South banks, making day-to-day life for busy professionals and commuters far more easy. At the epicentre of the train network is Glasgow Central; which connects a host of national rail services including ScotRail, Northern, Virgin and Transpennine Express for access to the rest of Scotland and England.

The city also has an international airport a mere 14-minute drive from the heart of the city. Glasgow Airport offers hundreds of destinations at throughout the year for both domestic and international travel.

Local Shops

There are a wide range of shopping centres all over Glasgow city. These include the St. Enoch Shopping Centre, Buchanan Galleries and the Intu Braehead retail mall; which provide a selection of high-street and designer brands at the best prices available. In addition, there are a multitude of leisure centres and gyms available to join for cheap and accessible memberships.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.