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Find a hidden Glen in Scotland's woods
We'll embark upon a journey whereby we get you to a mystical place, where we'll delve deep into forrest, enjoying the song of the birds and the gushing sound of the gorge underneath us, walk along the gorge, looking down at the amazing waterfalls and taking pictures of it. Then we will get to an ancient "staircase", where we need to climb down, using the ropes alongside the "stairs" and once we get to the bottom, we'll gaze upon an amazing gorge between the rocks covered with moss, crystal clear water, cold as ice, but a place looking like a haunted scenery out a fairy tale. This is Finnich Glen, that locals thought of being a place of the devils, an isolated and remote looking area, that gives you the chills and excitement in the same time. No wonder this place has been used as a scenery for the Outlander movie. For those brave ones, who want to get further into the glen, you can roll up your pants and get into the water (warning: extremely cold) and walk along and see an amazingly mesmerising world in front of you. Other things to note A good head for heights is necessary as it involves climbing down some slippery stairs, holding onto some ropes and rocks
People Make Glasgow
This is a small private tour. Often only 4/5 guests. We meet George Square, between the Lions. For the 10.30 tour we focus on Glasgow’s city centre it’s mysterious history and association with tobacco and slavery. Walking around the city centre ending at Glasgow Cross the heart of the Medieval city. The tour examines how Glasgow went from being a small rural medieval city around 500 CE to the world's powerhouse with a population of over a million people. The city has re-invented itself several times and is now transforming itself into one of worlds most beautiful cities from an ugly industrial despoiled blot. Trace the slave trade and the ruthless barons who profited from the mysery of millions of africans. But before them it was Scotsmen who were enslaved to colonies in the Americas. We explore Glasgow's complex social, religous and political past when tanks patrolled Glasgow city centre and riots led to executions at Glasgow Cross. Glasgow has it all from political religous and social strife. Gordon is a great raconteur, a trained actor with a comedic talent. Starting George Square, through the financial district (Glasgow's fifth avenue), Buchanan street then exploring the Merchant City, Hutcheson's Hosptial, Ramshorn Kirk, Old fruit market, Tron Kirk and Steeple then down to the Medieval High street and Mercat Cross.
Alternative Tour of Glasgow
See Glasgow like a Glaswegian! We'll take you on a whistle stop tour of some of the city's hidden gems and best Instagram spots. You'll see sights off the beaten track including street art, historic buildings and even have a pint (or a soft drink) at a beer garden along the way. Don't worry, there is indoor seating if the weather isn't the best! This tour will start in George Square and last 3 hours. We will take a trip through the vibrant, musical and artistic culture of the city by showing you some stunning locations to the east of the city centre. Other things to note: This is a walking tour so you will have guessed that there is a lot of walking! We will take a few breaks and if you need to stop for a wee seat it's no problem. It'll just give us more time to chat! ***Back after 18 months! Post-Covid Rules*** We're delighted to return after 18 months away. We return, however, to a new world. As such, we have adjusted to the New Normal™️ and will comply with the covid protocols of the day.
The Wee Food Tour of Glasgow
We will be eating our way around Glasgow starting in the heart of the City Centre followed by a trip to the West End and finishing in the historical East End. We will talk about each area and why they matter to the culinary and cultural map of Glasgow. This tour is an introduction to the must try 'Bucket List' of Scottish food and we encourage adventurous and curious eaters! Interacting with the locals and business owners allow us an intimate look at why the city of Glasgow is so incredible.
Guided Running Tour of Glasgow
I'll take you on a guided running tour starting and finishing in Glasgow’s city centre, where I'll share my passion for the city and local history with you. We’ll take in the major sights - George Square, Cathedral, Necropolis, Glasgow Green - but also some more ‘off-the-beaten-track’ sights and local knowledge that you won’t find otherwise: the architecture and statues, the hidden river under the city, the amazing street art. There will be stops along the way to talk through the sights and history and, of course, for photo ops! I’ll also give you local recommendations for your trip - running routes, bars and restaurants, or events. If you can't see a time/date that suits you in the calendar, please message me. Please come ready to run! Dress appropriately for the weather. You should be physically capable of running 8km / 5 miles with stops. The pace will be tailored to your requirements: a rough guide is if you can run 5k in 35 mins, you can do the tour.

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תמונה של Glasgow Green
Glasgow Greenהמלצה של 77 מקומיים
תמונה של George Square
George Squareהמלצה של 22 מקומיים
תמונה של Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow Royal Concert Hallהמלצה של 19 מקומיים
תמונה של Topolabamba
Topolabambaהמלצה של 9 מקומיים
תמונה של Provand's Lordship
Provand's Lordshipהמלצה של 26 מקומיים
תמונה של The Lighthouse
The Lighthouseהמלצה של 58 מקומיים

כל הפעילויות באזור Glasgow City Centre

Find a hidden Glen in Scotland's woods
We'll embark upon a journey whereby we get you to a mystical place, where we'll delve deep into forrest, enjoying the song of the birds and the gushing sound of the gorge underneath us, walk along the gorge, looking down at the amazing waterfalls and taking pictures of it. Then we will get to an ancient "staircase", where we need to climb down, using the ropes alongside the "stairs" and once we get to the bottom, we'll gaze upon an amazing gorge between the rocks covered with moss, crystal clear water, cold as ice, but a place looking like a haunted scenery out a fairy tale. This is Finnich Glen, that locals thought of being a place of the devils, an isolated and remote looking area, that gives you the chills and excitement in the same time. No wonder this place has been used as a scenery for the Outlander movie. For those brave ones, who want to get further into the glen, you can roll up your pants and get into the water (warning: extremely cold) and walk along and see an amazingly mesmerising world in front of you. Other things to note A good head for heights is necessary as it involves climbing down some slippery stairs, holding onto some ropes and rocks
People Make Glasgow
This is a small private tour. Often only 4/5 guests. We meet George Square, between the Lions. For the 10.30 tour we focus on Glasgow’s city centre it’s mysterious history and association with tobacco and slavery. Walking around the city centre ending at Glasgow Cross the heart of the Medieval city. The tour examines how Glasgow went from being a small rural medieval city around 500 CE to the world's powerhouse with a population of over a million people. The city has re-invented itself several times and is now transforming itself into one of worlds most beautiful cities from an ugly industrial despoiled blot. Trace the slave trade and the ruthless barons who profited from the mysery of millions of africans. But before them it was Scotsmen who were enslaved to colonies in the Americas. We explore Glasgow's complex social, religous and political past when tanks patrolled Glasgow city centre and riots led to executions at Glasgow Cross. Glasgow has it all from political religous and social strife. Gordon is a great raconteur, a trained actor with a comedic talent. Starting George Square, through the financial district (Glasgow's fifth avenue), Buchanan street then exploring the Merchant City, Hutcheson's Hosptial, Ramshorn Kirk, Old fruit market, Tron Kirk and Steeple then down to the Medieval High street and Mercat Cross.
Discover Scotland Off the Beaten Track
We're going on a trip around Scotland's countryside, where we leave the noisy cities behind and drive by some really cute villages, where you feel like you stepped back in time, then it's just raw nature with lush forests and meadows, old fashioned stone bridges and walls, friendly sheep and horses giving you a farewell. After admiring all these beautiful scenery, we get to a place where we continue our journey on foot. We get on a footpath that is barely visible from all the lush vegetation and flowers and keep going until we gaze into the distance and see this amazing waterfalls far away, surrounded by greenery and majestic rock formations. We keep going until we start hearing the rumbling sound of the water and suddenly the entire gorge and waterfalls cascading down one after the other, enfold as a mesmerising picture in front of us. Once we arrive to the place, we roam around to discover the hidden parts, where we can take in the views and even go on an adventure, climbing down the rocks and take the best photos of the place, that we can even show our grandkids in the future, while telling them about a Fairytale when we went to visit Scotland. Other things to note This trip is for Everyone! All ages are welcome! It is not a strenuous hike, so nobody should be worried of anything. it is up to Everyone of which places they want to choose to climb down to.
The Essentials of Glasgow City Walking Tour
Get your bearings and discover Glasgow through a local ‘weegies’ eyes. A must do on any visit to Glasgow, all with a local, expert guide. On our most popular tour, you will witness and learn about our rich, turbulent history and how it has shaped Glasgow into the vibrant city it is today. The tour lasts around 1.5 hours. ​Throughout the tour you will take a look at some of the famous and lesser known figures to Glasgow, such as our patron saint St Mungo, and even Dr Who! Hear their stories as we travel through the centuries and explore what Glasgow has to offer. Some of the sites you will cover include: -George Square -Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis -Glasgow Green -The Clyde -The Duke of Wellington As well as some hidden treasures of the city that you wouldn't see by yourself! Other things to note We operate whatever the weather! Please come suitably prepared for all conditions.
Glasgow Cathedral- Bring up the Bodies
For those who want to know a little of the City's history (with a little bit of humour mixed in) : My tour consists of visiting selected Lairs in the Old Burying Ground surrounding Glasgow Cathedral, the oldest (c 1560) Burying Ground in the City, where I tell the stories of some of those buried there, illustrated with their images to show how they reflect the history and development of the City of Glasgow from late Mediaeval times, through marriage and war with the Tudors, the Scottish Reformation, Cromwell and the Civil War, the Merchant City days, the '45 Jacobite Rebellion, the Shipbuilding and Heavy Engineering times to the present day and it's relevance to Scottish, British and World history. I do not shy away from the City's past involvement in Slavery. A Walking disability is not necessarily a barrier. (I offer this at a modest cost because I enjoy doing it so much, there are NO hidden extra charges. If Guests enjoy it too they may consider making a donation to the Cathedral or a charity of their choice at a later date.) I am Emergency First Aid certificated.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Walking Tour
Explore the life, works and tales of Glasgow's most famous designer, architect and artist on this first of it's kind tour in Glasgow, in collaboration with Mackintosh at the Willow. Join us as we wander the streets of Mackintosh's home city to experience and witness his lasting legacy... With your expert guide, you'll take a deeper look at his life, marriage, influences and incredible expertise; visiting some of his most famous works that still stand to this day, his first married home, and some lesser known treasures along the way. Along the way you’ll learn about the temperance movement of time times that inspired Mrs Cranston - Glasgow’s leading tea shop entrepreneur who commissioned Mackintosh to design her famous tearooms. After this 2 hour tour we’ll finish up at one of these tea rooms - Mackintosh at the Willow on Sauchiehall street to view the iconic designs firsthand and explore their extensive exhibition.
The Dark Side of Glasgow Tour
Recently named ‘Europe’s murder capital’ and voted the ‘UK’s friendliest city’ in the same week! It’s fair to say Glasgow is a confusing city, which means you need a true Weegie to show you the ropes. Follow me and we’ll explore famous landmarks and gritty street art, while I tell you of Glasgow’s crime and macabre past! Its ties to the slave trade, its gangs, its godfathers, its ghosts, and its twisted serial killers! This is not your average tour, full of dull architectural facts and dates. No! We are absolutely bursting with trademark dry Glaswegian humour and have all the feisty, entertaining tales the tourist industry likes to leave out! 'People Make Glasgow' and this is a tour dedicated to the people and their thrilling, hilarious, and sometimes terrifying adventures. Want to know about Bible John? The Human Crocodile? The Gorbals Vampire? Arthur Thompson and his kin? Then look no further! These are not the stories you will find in museums, they cannot be summed up in a book. We Glaswegians are known to spin a yarn and are the world’s greatest storytellers. I will add in my own anecdotes passed down from my family, including both the historical facts and the mythical imaginings clearly defined. You will learn to admire our working-class charm. Our brutality, our humour and most of all our complexity. Edinburgh might be Scotland’s brain, but Glasgow is its heart!
Alternative Tour of Glasgow
See Glasgow like a Glaswegian! We'll take you on a whistle stop tour of some of the city's hidden gems and best Instagram spots. You'll see sights off the beaten track including street art, historic buildings and even have a pint (or a soft drink) at a beer garden along the way. Don't worry, there is indoor seating if the weather isn't the best! This tour will start in George Square and last 3 hours. We will take a trip through the vibrant, musical and artistic culture of the city by showing you some stunning locations to the east of the city centre. Other things to note: This is a walking tour so you will have guessed that there is a lot of walking! We will take a few breaks and if you need to stop for a wee seat it's no problem. It'll just give us more time to chat! ***Back after 18 months! Post-Covid Rules*** We're delighted to return after 18 months away. We return, however, to a new world. As such, we have adjusted to the New Normal™️ and will comply with the covid protocols of the day.
The Iconic Glasgow Street Art Tour
Immerse yourself in a different side to Glasgow on this unique street art and modern culture tour. On this 1.5 hour walk there’s no cathedrals, grand buildings or monuments, you will experience the real Glasgow. You’ll meander down alleys and under bridges to uncover some of the city’s most beautiful pieces of art that are taking over the walls by storm. All with a local, expert guide. From world-renowned heroes to local artists you’ll hear the stories and inspiration behind each piece whilst learning about how the art scene in Glasgow has developed dramatically over the last decade and beyond. Not only that, you will also hear about modern life in the city today, it’s nightlife, creative industries and much more. The vibrancy of Glasgow is just waiting to be explored and is something you shouldn’t miss out on during your trip to this cultural powerhouse. Among the 8+ murals you will see include: - ‘Fellow Glasgow Residents’ - Smug - ‘The World’s Most Economical Taxi’ - RogueOne - ‘Glasgow Panda’ - Klingatron/James Klinge
The Wee Food Tour of Glasgow
We will be eating our way around Glasgow starting in the heart of the City Centre followed by a trip to the West End and finishing in the historical East End. We will talk about each area and why they matter to the culinary and cultural map of Glasgow. This tour is an introduction to the must try 'Bucket List' of Scottish food and we encourage adventurous and curious eaters! Interacting with the locals and business owners allow us an intimate look at why the city of Glasgow is so incredible.
Silent Disco Adventure in Glasgow
Join the Silent Adventures Team as we take you on a journey of song and dance through the famous streets of Glasgow. This musically instructed adventure aims to have your funky moves on display and your pop star voices serenading the people of the this great city! Hi-tech headsets will fill your body with beats, theme songs and your favourite hits from across the decades. As your inhibitions evaporate and laughter takes over, you will be part of the best all dancing, all singing walking tour in town! Ganging up with your super-stylish leader at the starting point, you’ll groove down the historic streets, passing famous landmarks, performers and the public- looking on in awe and jealousy! Your moves are awesome. You just don’t know it yet... It's a Flash Mob. It's a Silent Disco. It’s a roaming, rhythmic riot through Glasgow!
Guided Running Tour of Glasgow
I'll take you on a guided running tour starting and finishing in Glasgow’s city centre, where I'll share my passion for the city and local history with you. We’ll take in the major sights - George Square, Cathedral, Necropolis, Glasgow Green - but also some more ‘off-the-beaten-track’ sights and local knowledge that you won’t find otherwise: the architecture and statues, the hidden river under the city, the amazing street art. There will be stops along the way to talk through the sights and history and, of course, for photo ops! I’ll also give you local recommendations for your trip - running routes, bars and restaurants, or events. If you can't see a time/date that suits you in the calendar, please message me. Please come ready to run! Dress appropriately for the weather. You should be physically capable of running 8km / 5 miles with stops. The pace will be tailored to your requirements: a rough guide is if you can run 5k in 35 mins, you can do the tour.
Glasgow's Famous Sub Crawl Not the average Pub Crawl
The Glasgow Subcrawl. possibly the best take on the world famous "Pub Crawl" The Glasgow Subcrawl takes its participants to depths of the underground Glasgow Subway. We will start from the heart of Glasgow. Buchanan Street Subway Station and from there, make our short walk to the first Pub. Overall we will be stopping at 12 of the 15 stops around Glasgow where we shall arrive at a bar or pub, have a drink for 15/20 mins and then its back to the subway Ultimately finishing where we started. Buchanan Street. Many have tried and many have failed but this experience is sure to be one to remember which gives a unique and fast paced glimpse of one of Scotlands famous cities. while sampling the varied and diverse Pub and Bar scene. You'll go from trendy bars to old school Glaswegian pubs all while learning and taking in all that Glasgow has to offer. As a host and resident of Glasgow (From Birth) I will be guiding and giving our participants a unique look into the City and into each stop, bar, pub we arrive at. imparting my humour and knowledge of the city along the way. There will be games, challenges and for successful participants who complete the challenge there will also be a "I completed the Glasgow Subcrawl" T-Shirts. This would be a perfect night out for a large group for example a stag or hen do would find this to be a fantastic night in the town.
Visit Fort William and Glencoe mountain range by car
We will take a drive to Ben Nevis and the historic and ancient town of Fort William, here the site of two major battles that shaped the scottish lanscape. The first in 1431 where King James himself led an army well in excess of a 1000 fell to the sword or axe with the second battle of Inverlochy in 1645, known as the battle of the three kingdoms. We will be passing through the amazing Caingorm mountain range to the north of Loch Lomond in your own time and agenda with options for stops along the way. We will meet at 10am, travel to Loch Lomond stopping at Luss by around 12 pm where you can have lunch. Journeying on around 1pm following the west aspect of Loch Lomond with breathtaking views on our way up to the glacial and awe inspiring Glencoe mountain range. We should reach Fort William circa 3:30pm. Along the way we can stop at the Falls of Falloch a waterfall secluded pool to enjoy a peacful rest. Then we can journey home, with the option of visiting a fully equipped farm shop I found along a previous tour. They stock a wide veriety of quality local fair, from red meat, foul and fish to beers, wines, cheeses and chutneys. We should be home for around 7pm.
Join the Dark Side of Magical Nature
Imagine a place that is mysterious, magical, looking like out of a fairy tale. It's already known as having a dark past and there has been a legend about it as one of Devil's favourite place where he used to preach to the Monks. Deep in the forrest, there's a gorge surrounded by 100 foot tall majestic rock formations, an out of this world hidden place where you feel remote from the world and only the moon is required to produce the most weird and awesome effect. The water is dark red, like blood flowing in the veins of nature itself. We'll embark upon a trip at night, riding through winding country side roads, enclosed by darkening trees, looking at the horizon, where the edge of the mountains meet the stars, gazing upon the grazing cattle on the fields, like ghosts of the past. When we arrive, we get on our head torches and head into the forrest, which comes alive with moths fluttering their wings and every breath you take, there's thousands of glittering miniature lifeforms right in front of your eyes. Once we arrived, everything is quiet and alive in the same time, you're one with Nature and your senses are heightened to the maximum. You're in awe and humbled in the same time. Other things to note Being in middle of the night in the forrest is safe, there are no dangerous animals in Scotland, no snakes or anything that might concern you. Maybe some bats around, but they don't come close to you.