Our best friend. Dogs. And you're not alone in thinking it, with an estimated 8.9 million four-legged companions across the UK. Thankfully, as the nation’s third biggest city, we have the backs of both you and your pet as you head out and about to explore our city. Here is the definitive guide to keeping your dog entertained as you explore Glasgow.
Love sport? Glasgow has a lot to offer with amazing stadiums and a history of hosting international competitions.
The west end of Glasgow is home to many amazing attractions as well as some of the best bars and restaurants in Scotland.
The bustling city centre of Glasgow is full of things to do.
The south-side is easily accessible by bus, bike or train and is a must visit for food, drink and of course Hampden Park.
Glasgow is home to some of the best eateries in Scotland. From burgers to seafood, Glasgow has it all.
"Wean" (pronounced "wayne") - child
"Wee" - small
"Aye" - yes
"Pure (brilliant)" - Very
"Haw" - roughly equivalent to "Hey" and used to attract someone's attention
"Gallus" - Means someone is cocky, cheeky or self-confident
"Bolt" - go away, as in "leave me alone"
"Baltic" - Really cold as in 'The Baltic Sea'
"Mental" - Pretty much a synonym for crazy.