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2. The River Clyde
You can’t visit Glasgow without walking along the River Clyde. From source to sea, the River Clyde travels a winding course for 109 miles, taking in the landmarks of New Lanark and some of the most stunning natural scenery the British Isles has to offer.
My top advice would be to spend a couple hours walking from Glasgow Green to the Riverside Museum and back. On your way, you’ll see stunning riverside views, funky bridges and lots of instagrammable landmarks.
3: Ashton Lane
This beautiful cobbled lane is a vibrant spot for nightlife in Glasgow, with multiple restaurants and bars.
You will find Ashton Lane, with its historic buildings, overhead fairy lights and fun festive bunting, just off of University Ave. On arrival, you’ll soon realise why it’s one of the most picturesque streets in the city!
4. McLennan Arch
Located at the entrance to Glasgow Green, you’ll find Glasgow’s very own Arc De Triomphe! This great monument is always popular with tourists, bloggers and influencers visiting the city.
During your stroll, be sure to visit Doulton Fountain too, it’s the largest remaining terracotta fountain in the world and very insta-worthy.
5. University of Glasgow
This is Glasgow’s very own Hogwarts! The university is always popular with visitors due to its unique gothic design and structure. When visiting, be sure to take a walk through the magical cloisters for the best photo backdrops.