Premier Inn Glasgow (Cambuslang)

Off London Road, Glasgow, G32 8EY, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 2
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Travel Agencies

by Redang

Hello friends:

Could anybody tell me good travel agencies in Glasgow (mostly specializing in Iceland)

Thanks.

Santi

Re: Travel Agencies

by leics

Not quite sure why you want an agent........travel agencies in the UK are mostly national chains (there are few independent agencies), mostly dealing with 'package' holidays. If you want to book a package holiday or an organised tour then you will need an agent, but it is just as easy to book your flight and accommodation online yourself.

If you google 'iceland holidays' on www.google.co.uk (the UK google site), clicking on the 'UK pages' button, you'll find a good selection of agents including:

http://www.arctic-experience.co.uk/iceland/
http://www.exodus.co.uk/countries/is.html
etc

http://www.icelandair.co.uk/ fly Glasgow/Rekjavik and offer flight/hotel deals.

Unless you want a totally organised trip you could book flights with Icelandair and find your own accommodation (explore http://www.randburg.com/is/tourism/acco/ or http://www.accommodationiniceland.com/ or http://www.visiticeland.com/displayer.asp?cat_id=200 ). It's likely to be cheaper than using an agent.

Re: Travel Agencies

by Redang

Maybe the travel agency offers better prices for accommodation rather than booking on line (just wondering) Thanks! (and well done with the abuse report)

Re: Travel Agencies

by leics

I don't think you'll get a better offer through an agent than online, to be honest. They have to make a profit!

Re: Travel Agencies

by Redang

Thanks again!

Re: Travel Agencies

by Paisleypaul

You could try http://www.barrheadtravel.co.uk/ which is one of the largest independents in the UK and also has a decent presence just at international arrivals in Glasgow Airport

Re: Travel Agencies

by Redang

Thanks again.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Look up! The buildings are...

by montroig

Look up! The buildings are outstanding. You will constantly be surprised at the architecture. Walking around Buchanan Street, Sauchiehall Street, the Merchant City. Even when it's raining, Glasgow is
full of people, character, noise. It's a walker's paradise. The people are friendly too so it's easy to meet the locals.

Number 1 Tip...If you are in a...

by willbur

Number 1 Tip...If you are in a jam or unsure about anything...don't be afraid to ask for help! Preferably ask a cop.Policemen walk in the City Centre, don't carry guns and they don't Bite!
Tip No.2...Visit Glasgow District Council Web Site at
www.glasgow.gov.uk This will give you a brief history of the City, Maps, What's On and just about everything else that the Visitor might need.
Tip No.3...Buy a Glasgow A to Z. The City covers approx. 80 Sq. miles. Bartholomew also publish a ' Glasgow Streetfinder Colour Atlas ' which I prefer, as it covers the surrounding areas too, in case you want to visit a relative or friend. Both Atlas's cost only about £5 Sterling ($8US) and can save their cost in Fares and sore feet!
Lastly, don't expect to see everyone dressed in Kilts, we wear normal clothes,except for formal occasions...and...Please do not call us 'Scotch.'... Scotch is Whisky...people are Scots.

Greenbank Garden

by mykitten

Greenbank Gardens are a National Trust for Scotland property which are located off Mearns Road, Clarkston, Glasgow

Bus: No 44a, Glasgow to Newton Mearns;
Cycling: 4m from NCN 7, 75.
Train: Clarkston station, 1.25m (1/2 hourly train service from Glasgow Central Station)
Road: Flenders Road.Off M77 follow A727 (formerly A726), follow signs for East Kilbride to Clarkston Toll. 6m S of Glasgow city centre.
Ordnance Survey Ref: NS561566

NTS gift shop, plant sales, with a changing range of plants available. Telephone for shop/reception/tea-room 0141 616 5126

There is a tea room which has disabled access, dogs are welcome but only if on a lead, there is parking available.

Adult £5
Family £14
1 Parent £10
Concession £4
Free to NTS members

Opening times
Garden: all year, daily 9.30–sunset.
Shop and tearoom: 21 Mar to 31 Oct, daily 11–5; 1 Nov to 29 Mar, Sat/Sun 2–4.
House: 21 Mar to 31 Oct, Sun 2–4

Loch Lomond & Ben Lomond. Only...

by mozzymax

Loch Lomond & Ben Lomond. Only about 25 miles from Glasgow. There are several ways to get there car, bus and train. These pictures are taken from the less crowded east side which takes a little more planning to get to than the more popular south side. For more info and pics, see my travelogue.

Most dangerous nightspot!

by vyxxyn about Bonkers

Some of the local lassies call it the Club for Mad People. I used to frequent nightspots along the same road (Hope St) and see bloodshed, broken glass strewn all over the street, and ambulances almost every single night!!! Once I spotted an unconscious girl lying UNDER the ambulance - either there were not enough stretchers or she was hoping to drink straight from the leaking petrol tank! Heard that drinks are dirt cheap and there's good live entertainment. As little as possible to blend in with the patrons. Good to wear safety goggles and a crash helmet too! This has gotta be the most violent spot in Glasgow!

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 Premier Inn Glasgow (Cambuslang)

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Address: Off London Road, Glasgow, G32 8EY, United Kingdom