Very beautiful place. I recommend to visit botanic garden and at the evening to sit for a drink in the streets of West end. Amazing experience
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On a recent trip to Glasgow we ventured further afield than the city centre and visited Ashton Lane. Ashton Lane is basically a small enclosed lane with numerous pubs and restaurants and is located at the Hillhead subway station in Glasgow’s west end (at the...More
Great place for a wander and to soak in the impressive architecture and get some peace and quiet. Our hosts reckoned this area had an equivalence with London's Mayfair in many ways.
I love the vibe of Glasgow's West End but the streets are becoming very dirty. No sign of street sweepers, the street drain covers are full of old leaves and litter. It's expensive to live here; very high rateable value and even residents parking charges...More
Glasgow's West End has something for everyone. Whether you want to enjoy the Botanic Gardens, look at some interesting architecture, or head to the shops, there is something here for you.
Lots of nice places to eat or go for a coffee in the West end. If you take the underground to Hillhead you come out on to Byers Road which is always busy and popular with students and locals alike. Similar feel to Stock bridge...More
Thoroughly enjoyed a stroll back into the city centre from Kelvingrove along Byers Road and the Great Western Road - some lovely cafes and interesting smaller shops
Whenever we visit family in Scotland, we make sure to spend at least a couple of days and nights in the West End. Loads to do and see, with high-end restaurants, bars and shops everywhere. No matter what type of food you like, what you're...More