The Scottish city of Glasgow doesn’t have to be an expensive place to visit. Here is how you can see the city without breaking the $100 barrier.
Head to Celino’s for breakfast, the classic Glaswegian café has been sending locals off to face the day with a full belly since 1982. It’s a family-owned business that has a long menu, but the classics such as the Scottish breakfast are the best ($10).
For a leisurely morning, take a look around the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, where you can look at art, arms and armaments and natural history collections. It’s one of the most famous cultural institutions in town and it shouldn’t be missed ($5).
At lunch, try the two-course set menu at Bella Vita for $9. It’s a friendly Italian place that always proves popular with locals, so you’ll be in good company.
As an afternoon activity, take a Clyde Cruise ($15) to look at the waterfront of the city. These 90-minute river cruises will give you an idea of the industrial past of the city as well as show you some newer attractions, such as the Riverside Museum.
In the evening, treat yourself to a set menu at Malaga Tapas, where two people can dine for $34 on a selection of small plates. For a drink, check out The Doublet in the West End for a cozy drink ($5 each).
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