Exploring Glasgow: Day Two in Scotland’s Largest City

Up early for another day of exploring, I took the underground (having learnt my lesson the day before of how spread out Glasgow is) to the east end of the city to see its Victorian roots. Getting off at High Street Station, I walked up High Street to Glasgow Cathedral. Although it technically hasn’t been a cathedral since 1690 as that was when it stopped … Continue reading Exploring Glasgow: Day Two in Scotland’s Largest City

Exploring Glasgow: Day One in Scotland’s Largest City

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, having expanded dramatically in the 18th-20th centuries due to being one of the main British hubs for trade and shipbuiling in the Industrial Revolution. Although its industrial heritage is fairly well known, Glasgow’s past as a centre for learning and creativity is less so, despite having been a hub for the Scottish Enlightenment in the 18th century and being famed for … Continue reading Exploring Glasgow: Day One in Scotland’s Largest City