If you're thinking of booking a hotel near Ibrox Stadium why not take in a match at one of Scotland's most iconic grounds, home of Rangers FC. Or sign up for an 'access all areas' tour which takes you into the dressing room, trophy room, down the tunnel and in the dugout.
If you are thinking of staying near Ibrox Stadium your hotel will be quiet and easy to get to, close to the M8 motorway, and a 10 or 15-minute Metro ride from Glasgow city centre.
Arts and culture
Glasgow is renowned for the number and quality of its art galleries which hold several world-class collections. Check out Glasgow Museum of Modern Art (GoMA), the second most-visited art gallery in Scotland which showcases work by local as well as international artists such as David Hockney and Andy Warhol and temporary exhibitions. Or visit the Burrell Collection which is situated in Pollok Country Park out of the city centre. This eclectic collection consists of over 8,000 objects including medieval art and weapons, artefacts from ancient Egypt and China, Islamic art, paintings by Cezanne and Degas and modern sculpture.
Things to see and do
Get hands-on at Glasgow Science Centre which houses over 250 exhibits and interactive displays over three floors at the Science Mall in a stunning modern building. Explore the night sky at the planetarium, see a 3D film at the Imax cinema and take in 360 degree views of the city from the top of the revolving Glasgow Tower, the tallest of its kind in the world.
Or test your head for heights with a bungee jump off the 150ft disused Titan Crane at Clydeside on the banks of the River Clyde. Pre-booking and strong nerves are required.
Eating and drinking
Glasgow's food scene is a delight with choices to suit every taste and pocket. Sample The Ubiquitous Chip which housed in former stables in a cobbled mews in Ashton Lane. Try the venison haggis and wash it down with a selection from the overwhelmingly large wine list.
And for a great traditional pub, head to Uisge Beatha in Woodlands Road. Think comfy sofas in front of open fires, a large selection of whiskies, good beer and live music.
Many of Scotland's best bands such as Primal Scream came from Glasgow. Fans of dance music are directed to The Arches on Argyle Street which hosts many top name DJs.
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