Visiting Europe is something that tops the wish list of any travel bug. Despite being Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow gets overlooked many times by those visiting Europe. But there are enough things in Glasgow to keep you entertained all through the trip, be it the buzzing urban hubs or natives who are a lot warmer than its weather. If you are looking for a retail therapy in Europe then make sure you visit the Buchanan Street, Sauchiehall Street and the Buchanan Galleries in the city center that play host to well-known brands. Glasgow Green Park at the city center hosts a number of events- from music festivals to Glasgow’s own Oktoberfest. The Glasgow Science center looks like an upturned ship and has a science center, Glasgow tower and an IMAX theatre. The Glasgow tower rotates 360 degree and is the tallest tower on earth with this feature. Climb to the viewing platform to catch a glimpse of the beautiful Glasgow skyline.
Trace Edinburgh’s historical links, discover its hidden gems and experience its Scottish culture when you visit this hilly capital of Scotland. Edinburgh’s most popular and famous attraction, Edinburgh Castle dominates the city skyline from the peak of an extinct volcano. Yet another attraction is the Stirling castle which was once a home of Scottish kings and queens. You can also spend time by the banks of Loch Lomond or even set on a cruise across the river. Before you end your day don't forget to treat your taste buds with the authentic Scottish whisky during your Scottish whisky tour.
Meander through the heart of London and get a unique view of the great city by the side of river Thames and spot iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, London Eye and the O2. Westminster Abbey is a stunning gothic church and a UNESCO World Heritage site that sits behind the Houses of Parliament. It’s worth taking a trip out of London to Windsor Castle to visit the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. At Madame Tussaud's Wax museum, you'll come face-to-face with some of the world's most famous faces. From Shakespeare to Lady Gaga you get to strike a pose with influential figures from showbiz, sport, politics and even royalty. With its world-famous dome, St Paul's is a major feature on the London skyline. Though London is notoriously expensive, you still cannot leave the city without some shopping. From the high street names on Oxford Street, to the high-end brands on Bond Street and the independent boutiques around Carnaby, each of London's shopping areas has a distinctive personality.