Upstreet City Central Apartments

350 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8NE, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Who's bigger

by maz100

Is Glasgow bigger than Dublin?

Re: Who's bigger

by Mariajoy

Glasgow = 177 km² (68 mi²) population 577,869 (2001 census)

Dublin = 114.99 km² (44 sq mi) Population 505,739 (2006)

Re: Who's bigger

by BadAttitude65

Depends on where the lines are drawn - only in the last years of the 20th century did the Glasgow population fall below 800,000 so I was surprised at the earlier figure (which I don't doubt came from somewhere reliable)

Re: Who's bigger

by zizkov

Some places which are really parts of Glasgow eg Rutherglen, Clarkston have been partioned into other local authority areas so don't now count in the official population. The true figure is probably towards 750 000, about 1.2-1.5 million in the metropolitan area.

Re: Who's bigger

by pixie183

Glasgow is bigger in most measures.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Go drinking in the West end...

by nixon_fc

Go drinking in the West end and if you can look out over the city from below the university spire.
Getting a curry in the Ashoka -west end is pretty high up there as well. My best memories of Glasgow basically cover my five years at Veterinary College there. I don't think I have a specific one which I could share but the overwhelming feeling that I belong to this city hits me when ever I go back.

Visit some Scottish whiskey...

by Heinisuo

Visit some Scottish whiskey breweries. An opportunity to see the making of whiskey and later on taste some of it.
Visit the home hills/plains of some Scottish heros such as Rob Roy or William Wallace (a.k.a Braveheart).

Queens Park F.C.

by bonio

So, you can't get a ticket to watch Rangers or Celtic, Partick are away you need a footie fix in Glasgow - Queens Park are the answer. Currently, as usual, in the 3rd division and struggling on. They play in a small stadium next door to Hampden Park in front of crowds of little more than 500 usually.

One of the nice things about...

by Ruthy2001

One of the nice things about Glasgow is the atmosphere on the few occasions its sunny - all the locals seem to strip off and if you head down to any park in the west end (Botanic Gardens, Kelvingrove park) you will see it littered with people sunbathing. Its a great time for people watching and you can see Glasgow and its people at its best!


by taryn_treloar about The Arches

I was traveling in Scotland during the Christmas break of 2002 with my Aussie friend Rosie and we decided that we would celebrate New Years in Glasgow. GREAT CHOICE...

It was the best New Years I have ever had. (besides the lack of transportation) We arrived down town around 11ish with a couple lads we had met waiting for the bus ( I could barely understand what they were saying because their accents were so thick) We got on the bus for free.....the bus driver seemed to like us. Anyway we got down to our club and I needed to go to the we stopped in this tiny little pizza joint right by our was male staffed only...I asked to use their bathroom and they were more than was in the very back of the kitchen so I had to walk through ogling eyes and use the dirty unsanitary toilet. We thanked them and told them we would return after our big night for a bite to eat.....

We got into The Archers and waited in line for coat check...the club was huge and delightful....I could tell then it was going to be a wicked night. Rosie had gotten friendly with the lad we met on the bus.....I decided to look around the club...I spent the night meeting tons of people, making friends with security and dancing hour after hour..... Great music, great people.

After the night at the club was done we went back to the pizza joint and I got my mushroom chicken pizza. It was the best pizza I have EVER this day! I ate the whole pizza myself....

Since there were no buses running at that time Rosie and I had to catch a cab which cost us 50 pounds back to the place we were staying. Not so fun.

The Arches is also open as a Cafe Bar.....It is a classy spot and one that anyone should visit while in Glasgow.
Restaurant reservations: 0141 565 1035
Opening times: 11am-12am Mon-Sat, 12pm-12am Sun DRESS CODE: Trainers and jeans welcome, but no team colours


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