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Glasgow Airport, originally named Glasgow Abbotsinch Airport, began as a Royal Air Force airfield. Today, Glasgow Airport is the airport is the second busiest in Scotland, after Edinburgh Airport, and the eighth busiest airport in the entire United Kingdom.

Located 11 km west of Glasgow city centre, the airport is the primary airport serving the Greater Glasgow area and is the principal international gateway into Scotland. Glasgow is also served another airport, the Glasgow Prestwick Airport which mainly caters to low cost carriers.

Major airlines such as British Airways, United Airlines, Emirates and KLM, connect Glasgow with frequent and direct flights to a wide range of international destinations. Glasgow Airport serves as the hub for the Scottish regional airline, Loganair. Seasonal flights and holiday charters to many European cities are also handled here.

There are modes of transport to downtown Glasgow and other destinations around the city, from public buses to hotel shuttles. Glasgow Shuttle bus service which operates 24 hours, can take you to the city centre in 15 minutes. There is also a bus service which can take you from the airport to the nearby railway station. Metered taxis and rental cars are also readily available.

Glasgow, the biggest city in Scotland, is considered one of Europe’s culture capitals. It is a notable hub for creative arts, such as architecture, design and music. Located along the banks of the River Clyde, the city Glasgow also boasts of a rich industrial heritage and today remains a prominent economic hub of the country and even among the rest of Europe. Recent developments, revitalisation efforts of the historic core and various international recognitions have made this city a very popular travel destination. Visitors can expect to find amazing shopping opportunities and a wide variety of attractions that range from parks to museums and architectural marvels.

Getting to the many points of interest in Glasgow is fairly easy. The city centre of Glasgow is laid out in a compact grid layout and is very pedestrian-friendly. The majority of tourist sites and much of the city's shopping and entertainment venues are clustered in the vibrant centre. Take a stroll around the heart of Glasgow and marvel at the Victorian and Edwardian era structures and civic squares. Beyond the downtown core, it is easy to navigate around with metered taxis, the subway, and river bus services.

There are many things to see and enjoy in Glasgow -- shopping and gastronomic delights and cultural experiences abound. Here are some of the top attractions in the city that are a must in any itinerary--

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

This Victorian landmark on the banks of the River Kelvin is Glasgows’ best museum and considered the second most visited museum in the United Kingdom, outside London. The Kelvingrove has an extensive collection of art and anthropological artefacts. The museum’s art collection includes works by artists such as Dalí, Van Gogh, Monet and Rembrandt, as well as an entire section of period Glasgow furnishings by Mackintosh.

Burrell Collection

This art museum in the Pollok Estate in the southern Glasgow houses a collection of over 9,000 artworks given to the city of Glasgow by Sir William Burrell, a Scottish shipping merchant and philanthropist. A notable exhibit here is very extensive collection of medieval stained glass.

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

A large park in the West End, the Glasgow Botanic Gardens features several glasshouses which display various plant collections from around the world. The gardens are also a popular venue for concerts and large events.

Glasgow Cathedral

This Gothic cathedral was built on a site first consecrated in 397AD. It is also known as the Cathedral of Saint Mungo and a very popular tourist attraction as it is one of the very few remaining Scottish medieval churches.

The Glasgow School of Art

This is Scotland's only independent art school offering university level programmes and research in architecture, fine art and design. Its main tourist draw is the Mackintosh Building, designed by Glasgow-born architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Guided tours on the life and works of Mackintosh and the history of the school are available daily.

Glasgow enjoys a fairly pleasant climate with relatively cool summers and quite mild winters. No matter what time of year you come to visit, Glasgow boasts of spectacular sceneries and fascinating architecture thats sure to delight. Find the best flight for you by searching for promo fares to Manchester International Airport in Scotland on Skyscanner Singapore.

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