From cafes, pubs and venues, there are plenty of places of interest in and around Glasgow.
From the city centre to the outskirts of Glasgow, visitors are spoiled for choice.
We give a small snapshot of the many places where you can go to shop, eat, see and play.
This treasure trove of quirky finds and one-off pieces of furniture is much loved by antiques aficionados. It’s run by a couple of real experts who are committed to sourcing rare and interesting gems - 12 Otago Street, G12, 0141 334 2848
The owners of this recently launched cafe are self-confessed coffee fanatics (they roast their own on the Isle of Seil, in “pure Hebridean air”) but care just as much about the environment, sustainability and the farmers they work with - 86 Dumbarton Road, G11, hinba.co.uk
For the latest reads, kids’ titles, cards and gifts, browse this friendly and helpful independent local bookseller who’s been in the business since 1982 - 143 Hyndland Road, G12, 0141 334 552
Zaha Hadid’s iconic building overlooking the Clyde is as much of an attraction as the incredible contents of this museum – 3,000 exhibits all related to transport, from vintage trams to racing bikes - Pointhouse Place, G3, 0141 287 2720
Part-nightclub, part-multidisciplinary arts space: there’s always something interesting happening at SWG3. The soon-to-open garden is a tranquil oasis, the exterior artwork is eye-catching and the beer festivals legendary - 100 Eastvale Place, G3, 0141 337 1731
The Good Spirits Co
Searching for a hard-to-find premium malt? Shane, Matthew and Mark probably have it in stock. Their specialist shop sells interesting spirits (and wines and craft beers) from all over the world - 21 Clarence Drive, G12, 0141 334 4312, thegoodspiritsco.com
The Tall Ship
Immerse yourself in maritime history on the Glenlee, a beautifully restored three-masted sailing ship, built in Port Glasgow in 1896, and now a unique floating museum moored next to the Riverside Museum - 150 Pointhouse Place, G3, 0141 357 3699, thetallship.com
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