McLennan Arch & 18 Unique Sites in Glasgow Green Park

McLennan Arch in Glasgow Green Park

Glasgow Green Park or as us locals call it – Glasgow Green – is a beautiful 136 acre park in the East End of Glasgow. It’s the oldest park in the city and hugs the north bank of the River Clyde with wide-open concrete paths lined with flourishing green trees. You could easily lose an afternoon meandering through the park.  But when you’ve hit up every nook and cranny of the Green, you will start to look closer at all the hidden gems Glasgow Green Park has to offer.

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What to See in Belfast in 24 Hours

What to see in Belfast - Titanic Museum

What to see in Belfast in 24 hours. That was our dilemma. With such a short period of time in Northern Ireland’s capital, we knew we had to condense our itinerary into only the main sites. We decided to hit up the Titanic Museum, SS Nomadic and a Hope On Hop Off Sightseeing Tour. It’s not ideal as there are lots of attractions and activities to do but it’s just an excuse to return, right?

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4 Easy Hill Walks for Beginners near Glasgow

View from the top of Ben A'an

I love hill walks but I’m a total unfit beginner. I was desperate to ‘bag’ some of Scotland’s famous munros, but the truth is, I am unfit and unprepared to take on such a big climb. You hear of some of these horror stories of young people underestimating the complexity of Scotland’s landscape, and going out for a hike with only shorts and a mobile phone. (Or that one guy who needed rescuing after climbing Snowdonia in his undies!!).

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