Glasgow, nestled on the River Clyde, has been a very important trading port for hundreds of years. In the 18th century, the city quickly became a star outpost for the British crown, and at one time Glasgow was the world`s largest seaport. Goods, ideas, and even people from far and wide have shaped the city`s unique culture over the centuries; today, Glasgow has the largest foreign-born population of any city in Scotland. The city can also boast a large commercial footprint, as the residents of Glasgow spend the most in their High Streets out of every other city in Great Britain -- save for London.
Glasgow was selected as the European City of Culture in 1990 and was also the host of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Both of those distinctions have brought a lot of positive economic impact to this area, which was once on the decline due to Glasgow`s reliance on industry jobs. Now, urban renewal initiatives are brightening multiple areas of town, crime is at an all-time low, and Glaswegians are more enthusiastic than ever to welcome you to their beloved city.
Glasgow - Dumfries & Galloway: 1 hr. 30 mins. approx.
Dumfries & Galloway - Edinburgh: 2 hrs. approx.
Edinburgh - Aberdeen: 2 hrs. 40 mins. approx.
Aberdeen - Inverness: 2 hrs. 35 mins. approx.
Inverness - Glasgow: 3 hrs. 10 mins. approx.
Glasgow - Pitlochry: 1 hr. 35 mins. approx.
Pitlochry - Inverness: 1 hrs. 35 mins. approx.
Inverness - Edinburgh: 3 hrs. 5 mins. approx.
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