Snack on a deep fried mars bar; sip on a glass of irn-bru and stroll around the grounds of Pollok Country Park. It can only be Glasgow.
The preconceptions of Scotland’s largest city and host of the 2014 commonwealth games are often far from the truth. One major one being that Glasgow is a ‘deprived’ city. However the last thing that the city, which is one of the top 20 financial centres in Europe (ahead of Amsterdam, Brussels and Copenhagen, to name but a few,) can be called, is deprived.
Glasgow’s economy has gone from strength to strength these past few years, proving that the city which employs over 450,000 people, has bases for international banks and businesses such as BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse and Barclay’s Wealth and is home to the biggest BAE base in Scotland is far from poor.
With two international airports and a large ship building base in the area, host of the 2014 Commonwealth Games and former host of T in the Park, one of Scotland’s largest annual music festival, which welcomes band, musicians and music lovers from all over the world, it comes as no great surprise that Glasgow is Scotland’s second most popular tourist destination.
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