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Glasgows only FREE Walking Tour and our Glasgow Horror Walk. Our guides will provide a personal warm, friendly welcome and a tour experience based on deep knowledge of both the city and its history based on experience built over the years. Tours are...more
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369 Calder Street, Glasgow G42 7NT, Scotland
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+44 7528 602101
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 June 2012

I didn't think much of Glasgow until I took the free walking tour with my guide Michael. He was full of information and humor and lead a great, relaxed trip full of tips on what to do. Now I can say that compared to Edinburgh,...More

58  Thank travelleringness
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Reviewed 21 August 2013

Their web site indicates that tours are not running at the moment, gone? Are there there other walking tours of Glasgow recommended by any other site members?

47  Thank Dan C
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Reviewed 17 September 2018 via mobile

90 min free walk starting at Mitchel Library, North St,Glasgow.Starting point. Finishing Glasgow Green. Very informative Kevin knew his stuff, the walk was at an easy pace,with some interesting pictures.

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Reviewed 22 May 2018

After doing a Sandeman doing in Jerusalem, I tried Glasgow, and it didn't disappoint. The female tour leader was amazing, so informative and absolutely hilarious. Afterwards I told me friends about some of the stories from the tour and they didn't even know about them...More

4  Thank Tori C
Reviewed 2 March 2018

we were very lucky to go on our walking tour the day before the snow brought the city to a halt. The weather was good and our guide Iain Kennedy was excellent. He is a Glaswegian , knows the city well, has a repertoire of...More

2  Thank mchugh336
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Me and my friends did the city walking tour on Saturday am. Our guide Jean was excellent, was clear, concise and very, very knowledgeable. We were really impressed by Glasgow, and the tour covered so much, we were so impressed by the tour the different...More

2  Thank Emma Y
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Met up with Liv, an honorary Glaswegian (just graduated from the uni) for a 2.5 hour walk around the city. It took in the cathedral, People's Palace, Glasgow Green and riverside walk, all with great snippets of information throughout. Learned a lot about the city...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Liv was our guide for a really interesting walking tour of Glasgow. For just over 2.5 hours we looked at sights as varied as the city halls, the People's Palace, street art (and WHAT street art - seriously amazing murals!), the Cathedral and Necropolis, student...More

1  Thank arby3777
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Fabulous waling tour looking at the some of the wonderful buildings in Glasgow. Katrina was our guide, did a great job and brought so much to our attention in a really understandable way. A great way to see a fabulous city.

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Reviewed 14 January 2017

We found this walking tour online and combined several of them to make one big tour - it was free and very informative. We got to see the whole city in just one day.

16  Thank sowpow
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Great 2 hour walking tour of the city with Laura and Ann-Marie. They were both really friendly, knowledgeable and helpful

6  Thank Reuben F
Reviewed 24 November 2014

Scotland is arguably t he most scenic part of UK. While Ediburgh and surroundings give lots of exploring opportunity to the connoisseur of landscapes and monuments, a visit to Glasgow will showcase the development of Scotland and its heritage. The largest City in Scotland, Glasgow...More

5  Thank sbchand
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Response from billyclark1948 | Reviewed this property |
Go to Mitchel Library near Chering Cross Glasgow they will help you.
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Response from DougieBaird | Property representative |
Sorry my Walking tours of Glasgow stopped a few years ago. What is it you are looking forward
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