Glasgow is considered an arts center and a venue for numerous festivals.
The BCS-bus coach hire company provides transportation for excursion groups in Glasgow.
One of the richest galleries in Europe Glasgow Art Gallery is located in Glasgow.
Therefore, the flow of tourists from around the world in Glasgow never ends.
We offer you a bus hire in Glasgow for any kind of groups of tourists.
Modern comfortable buses will allow all tourists to have a great time in Scotland.
Minibus rental will be the ideal solution for small groups of about 10 -12 people.
The minibuses offered by us are perfectly equipped.
They are comfortable, cozy and suitable even for long trips.
We are glad to offer a bus coach charter in Glasgow.
We offer passenger transport services for tourists or for events in Glasgow.
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The first settlements in Glasgow appeared in the Neolithic times. As it is known to historians, up to 142 AD the Celts lived in this territory, and then they were ousted by the Romans. The Romans founded their fortifications here to protect this settlement from tribal raids. Further the city began to develop and its population grew. At first, the inhabitants of the city were busy with handicraft, making furniture and pottery and tanning leather. No plague epidemic, neither was and fires prevented the rise of the economy. The population of Glasgow greatly increased due to immigrants from Ireland and migrants from the north.
Modern Glasgow is considered to be the engine of the economy. However, production today is being replaced by the service sector (financial sector, life sciences, communications, health care, retail, etc.)
But the most important place in the city’s economy is tourism.
The most interesting in Glasgow:
- Glasgow Botanical Gardens (Glasgow Botanic Gardens) - The main attraction of the gardens is the Kibble Palace, an elegant 19th century glass conservatory with marble sculptures inside.
- Glasgow West End (Glasgow West End) is the noisiest part of the city. Here are fashionable cafes, bars, expensive shops, clubs, restaurants and hotels.
- Glasgow Green (Glasgow Green) - the oldest city park Glasgow.
- The Burrell Collection — one of the world's most beautiful collections of textiles, furniture, ceramics, art and paintings.
- Royal Concert Hall (Glasgow Royal Concert Hall) - here you can find all the existing musical styles: jazz, folk, rock, classical, etc.
- Royal Theater (Theater Royal) -the most famous opera and ballet theater in Glasgow.
- Queen's Park is a park in honor of Queen Maria Stewart.
- Merchant City (Merchant City) - earlier rich merchants settled here. And now restored neoclassical mansions and former warehouses are occupied by expensive shops, restaurants and cafes.
- Museum of Transport-Here, car lovers will have great pleasure.
- St Mungo Museum of Religious Life & Art - the museum tells about all world religions.
- People's Palace- the history of the inhabitants of Glasgow, all social and political movements are shown there.
- Museum University of Glasgow-here is a large collection of coins, as well as the inventions of the great Scots.
- Fishing - In Scotland, fishing is a very popular form of recreation.
Be sure to visit the Loch Lomond Mill store, at King St., 61 and Pitlochry Knitwear that specializes in selling kilts.
Glasgow Airport Glasgow International Airport (GLA) is located 13 kilometers west of the center of Glasgow.
The airport has one runway and one terminal with three berths. Glasgow International Airport is a hub for Loganair, easyJet and Flyglobespan, and also has a British Airways maintenance service. In order to get to the airport or get to the city after arrival, passengers can use busses, taxis and cars.
For groups of people BCS-bus coach hire company can provide buses and minibuses for transfer.