Reasons to Book Cheap Glasgow Flights
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and 3rd largest in the United Kingdom. The city has come a long way from being a small rural settlement on the River Clyde in the prehistoric times to the largest seaport in contemporary Britain. It is embellished with a fine legacy of Victorian and Edwardian buildings that stand as a complement to a number of delightful red and blonde sandstone structures like Glasgow Cathedral and City Chambers. Glasgow has an extensive backdrop of museums, performing arts and other cultural highlights.Glasgow Cathedral (or St. Mungo Cathedral or the High Kirk of Glasgow)
Glasgow Cathedral is a 12th century Gothic cathedral that was built on a site first consecrated in 397 AD. It is named after the first bishop, St. Mungo, who was buried here in 7th century.Glasgow City Chambers
Inaugurated in August 1888 AD by Queen Victoria, the Glasgow City Chambers is the headquarters of Glasgow City Council. It is made in Italian Renaissance with a plush range of elaborate designs to depict the city’s economic prosperity since 19th century. You should visit it for its Figure of Truth, an iconic statue that closely resembles America’s emblematic superstructure, the Statue of Liberty.Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow School of Art is one of the many sculptural gems in the city, and is home to one of Britain's finest schools of art, design, and architecture. Constructed in 1909 AD, this outstanding piece of Art Nouveau architecture is known for its seamless blending of Japanese designs and traditional Scottish Baronial architecture.