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All reviews ashton lane botanic gardens quirky shops great western road ubiquitous chip pubs and restaurants city centre kelvingrove park oran mor great atmosphere eating places art galleries something for everyone kibble palace sunny day great place to visit transport museum
Some great places to eat as well as visit. Byrnes Rd. and Ashton lane are favourites for eating. Art Gallery and Kelvin Park worth a visit. 15 minutes mute walk across the river to the Transport Museum.
West end of Glasgow is a vibrant, bustling part of the city. Loads of places for shopping, eating and drinking. Ashton Lane has quirky pubs/places for eating and is a very popular part of the west end. Also has a cinema. Cresswell Lane has some...More
We stayed in the west end of Glasgow, and loved it. Easy to walk to city centre, and lots to enjoy here - we are at Munros and it was great! Easy to navigate around, and lots to see - greater variety than downtown. A...More
Easy to get to by Underground, runs from Kelvin Hall up to Botanic Gardens. Plenty of excellent cafes to have a pit stop. You must see Ashton Lane with its pubs and restaurants; Ubiquitous Chip is nearby.
Beautiful buildings, Botanic Gardens, Kelvin walkway, Riverside Museum, Kelvingrove park and museum, Glasgow University, Huntarian Museum, great eateries and drinkeries for all budgets. A great day out at any time of the year and things to do all day. My favourite Glasgow location.
The west end of Glasgow is the place to stay and visit.. Great ships, restaurants,cafes and the life in this part of the city really hums. We stayed in the Botanics at an air B&B right next to the Kelvin walkway which takes you right...More
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Hi, parking is not easy around the Botanic Gardens. You can park in Byres Road, if you are lucky enough to find a space. Some of the streets off Byres Road have parking meters which sometimes are quiet and very busy at... More
Hi, parking is not easy around the Botanic Gardens. You can park in Byres Road, if you are lucky enough to find a space. Some of the streets off Byres Road have parking meters which sometimes are quiet and very busy at other times.
Waitrose at the top of Byres Road, near Botanic Gardens has a parking area above the shop. Normally you can get parked there but only for a limited time. Not sure how long, perhaps an hour or two. The lift from the carpark takes you down into the shop, you can then get out of the shop into Byres Road.
In general, I can usually find a suitabke space but sometimes hou have to drive around to get one. However, Botanic Gardens and Byres Road are worth the trouble of parking.