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From the massive Buchanan Centre and the Concert Hall at the top of the street, past around a hundred stores to Princes Square (a 1920's style mall built round a courtyard, designer fashions and upscale eats are on offer), Buchanan Street is a shopping dream.
From Central Station, or any of the stations along the Highland line, hop on the blue train and find yourself on the banks of Loch Lomond 45 minutes later. Balloch Country Park is a fine spot for a lochside picnic.
King Tut's is Glasgow hippest music venue. It's where Creation Records founder Alan McGee discovered Oasis and it's a must for up and coming bands - and bands already at the top who want to play an intimate gig - to play.
This tiny cobbled lane of whitewashed buildings, just off Byres Road, is one of Glasgow's coolest streets. Bars, including Brel, Jinty's and the Cul de Sac and the Grosvenor Cinema lure hundreds to this short block by Glasgow University.
Another spot where Glaswegians stroll, Kelvingrove give gorgeous views of the 15th century Glasgow University, the 1902 Kelvingrove Art Museum and the 1855 architecturally-acclaimed terrace, Park Circus.