Glamping in Wales. My boyfriend already visited Scotland, and I have never been there before so we decided to go Glasgow. I’ve heard so many great things about this city! Before we will go there, I want to be fully prepared! I don’t want to waste time in the morning in a hotel trying to find places where to stay, where to park or which shops to go, so decided to get my head around before we head to our adventure!
So, let’s get our heads around this city first! Glasgow is one of the largest cities in Scotland. We really want to walk around the River Clyde, and explore the beautiful Victorian architecture. Before we will set off on our shopping and site-seeing adventure, we need to decide how you plan on getting into the city itself. As we going by car we need to find a parking spot. I found that best is to use www.yourparkingspace.co.uk. Despite that, Glasgow Central Train Station is only a short walk from the city’s famous high street, we decided to drive as I feel we will be more in control. If you, however, want to to take a train, try www.redspottedhanky.com for discounted train tickets to and from Glasgow.
First of all, we want to visit the famous Glasgow’s Style Mile, a square in the heart of the city packed full of shops. It’s the usual high street retailers with little boutique stores so I can find unique outfits for my pink hair! Glasgow’s Style Mile is incredibly popular with both locals and visitors, it really does have everything you could possibly want whether shopping for ladies, men’s or children’s fashion. Many top class brands have noticed the allure of Glasgow’s Style Mile and so you can be sure to find the likes of L’Occitane and Hugo Boss! I normally shop in Trafford Centre and always visit Glamorous shop! my fav! Recently in London, I just couldn't walk off Chanel official store! So, this time, i bet is going to be exactly the same!
Places to Buy a Much Needed Shopping Snack
Another thing I need to thing is food! Everybody needs a light snack or bite to eat when they’re shopping, right? Glasgow understands shoppers needs and is packed full of little independent cafes and chain restaurants so that you can keep the hunger at bay. I found on www.whatsonglasgow.co.uk all the list of perfect places, so we can just relax and I can snap as many foodie photos for my Instagram! I will be looking for little boutiques hidden down quiet side streets are often the best place to find a gorgeous new top.
Other than this, we will be just looking for small info places what to visit from local kiosks and-and I will be making a list of places I want to visit! I am set on an adventure, not a full scheduled plan! I think these are the best trips this way. While, I have the most important places like parking locations, shopping centers, food places narrowed then the rest is easy! I can't wait! Have you been in Glasgow? Do you have any places you can recommend?
*Collaborative post but opinion as always my own,girl gotta eat you know :)