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Why Fly to Glasgow?
Long since an established rival to Scotland’s capital, neighbouring Glasgow has experience a renaissance in recent years. It has transformed from an ailing shipyard city passed its prime to a thriving cultural centre with more theatres per head than any other UK city, a chic restaurant scene starring the rejuvenated Merchant City and a set of tourist attractions that would keep you busy for weeks. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Glasgow.
Flying to Glasgow from the UK
Glasgow is extremely well connected to the rest of the UK’s airports. You can fly into Glasgow from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London City, London Luton and London Stansted. You can also get to the Scottish city setting off from many regional departure points including Belfast, Southampton, Leeds Bradford, Birmingham, Dublin, Stornaway, Bristol and the East Midlands. All flights are direct. You can also fly to Glasgow Prestwick from London Stansted, Dublin, Derry and Belfast.
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Which Airlines Fly to Glasgow?
You can get a cheap flight to Glasgow with Ryanair or easyJet, both low cost carriers serving the route, the former to Glasgow Prestwick, the latter to Glasgow International Airport. BMI, British Airways and Flybe fly to Glasgow from various regional locations around the UK.
Mini Travel Guide to Glasgow
Clydeside attracts huge amounts of tourists each year to see the marvellous Glasgow Science Centre, The Glasgow Tower and the Tall Ship while the bustling West End can boast the fabulous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and The Kibble Palace and Botanic Gardens. You might find yourself next to a Hollywood star at the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant (a real celeb haunt), learn about Glaswegians through the ages at the People’s Palace or get to grips with Glasgow’s most famous architect Charles Rennie Macintosh at the Glasgow School of Art.
Just one more great reason to take a cheap flight to Glasgow is its excellent shopping scene. The streets that fan out from Sauchiehall Shopping Centre are bursting with budget busting opportunities, from small boutiques selling designer labels to big name brands and high street staples. If you’re in this area you are also near the top class theatres that Glasgow boasts, the Theatre Royal, The Pavilion and the King’s Theatre, which showcase drama, dance, comedy, opera and pretty much every other form of entertainment.
Art lovers travel across oceans to take in the city’s world-famous Burrell Collection, housed in Pollok Country Park in the Southside area of the city. There are a whopping 9000 works of art in the Collection, covering medieval art, tapestry, stained glass and oriental ceramics. You can also admire the labours there of Degas, Cezanne and Rodin.
Another must-see in the city is the fascinating People’s Palace and Winter Garden. You’ll learn the secrets of the Glaswegian patois and the reason why the locals have a reputation for enjoying alcohol plus you can study the banana boots local lad Billy Connelly wore on stage in the 1970s.