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As welcoming as us, Glasgow is very supportive and encourages diversity. It is a lively Glasgow is a multicultural city with a rich history and home to more than 20,000 international students.

It is Scotland’s largest city and the gateway to the rest of the country. You will never get bored in the city as it has many attractions ranging from museums to art galleries to music venues to international food scene and the impressive architecture.

Food Corners!

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  • Otago Street: In the Kelvinbridge area of the West End.
  • Timings: 8am -8pm
  • Tinderbox
  • Spitfire: Nearby Strathclyde University,


  • Sprigg: located at Ingram Street for a £2 breakfast pot and A £4 small salad bowl.


  • Mozza: £5 pizza before 5 pm
  • Neopolitan Pizza: located at the center of Glasgow


  • Topolabamba: £1 Carne Asda, Chicken Tinga and Char Roasted vegetables tacos between 4-6 pm Monday to Friday.


  • Available in the city center and west end of less than £5.

Local food and Ice-cream

  • The University café

Cheesy food

  • Hillhead Bookclub

Know their Culture:

Glasgow University Cloisters

It has also become part of the movies and TV shows around the world such as Outlander and Harry Potter. They’re even more spectacular lit up at night.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Museum and Park at the Glasgow University reflects over 550 years of history. This would equip your entire day to explore the iconic landmark featuring more than 8,000 objects on display including Ancient Egypt, pre-historic animals, WWII Spitfire Airplane and Salvador Dali’s Christ of St John of the Cross painting.

Gallery of Modern Art

Whether you are a literature student or an art student, you need to explore the Gallery of Modern Art at the Royal Exchange Square. It is home to a grand library and explore the Duke of Wellington’s statue as well.

The Lighthouse

If you need to view the best 360-degree scenic view of the city so head towards the Lighthouse established by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Glasgow Murals

Street arts are very famous in Glasgow. You can enjoy the artist creativity through out the city. They just only provide life to the walls but also explore colors on the vehicles. The floating taxi and Scottish wildlife, Billy Connolly murals and Banksy creation are the artist’s masterpieces.

Glasgow’s independent food markets

You do not need to worry if you are Pakistani or Indian or from any other country across the globe as the city offers a variety of local, diverse and independent markets that provides fresh, halal and organic food, vegetable and fruit items.


Glasgow is the grid city stretched into four areas; East-End, City Centre, Southside, and West-End. You can navigate your route via google maps as well so traveling around the city is never a problem. Google Maps is your best friend, no matter where you are.

“First Glasgow” is the city's central bus transportation facilitator for more than 100 different routes from early morning to late at night depending on your route. You can purchase bus tickets onboard, use debit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay. There are special discounts for students, you just need to show your ID card.


Trains are known as ScotRail. They run across all of Scotland's local and regional routes. You can utilize the Trainline app to check the train's schedule and ticket purchasing.


They are populara as ‘Clockwork Orange’ baecsue of its circular routes and bright orange appearance. It connects the West End and City Centre. It costs £1.75 per ticket and a return journey of £3.30.


There are plenty of taxis; classic black hackney cabs and private hire taxis. Although, they are more expensive than a private hire. For example, the availability of Uber has made the individual tours very easy and safe as the drivers are licensed by Glasgow City Council.

Football fans, Glasgow city is for you!

Which is your favorite team? Usually, people answer; Rangers or Celtic. It is also known as football city. It has two historic teams. Select your favorite team favorite or just say you support Partick Thistle or Rugby if you want to stay on neutral ground.

A haven for girls; shopping malls!

Following is the list of shopping arcades:

Buchanan Street: It has Starbucks, Apple, H&M, Victoria's Secret, GAP, and Zara. Buchanan Galleries shopping mall comprised of various world-class brands such as John Lewis, Lego, Monki, Next, and Hollister.

Argyle Street: Vivian Westwood, Ted Baker, Kate Spade, and Kurt Geiger. St Enoch’s Centre located on Argyle Street was established in 1989 with iconic brands such as Hamleys, Nando’s, Debenhams, Boots, and Disney.

*last but not the least, students can avail at least 10% discount*

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