The largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom, Glasgow is located at the western end of Scotland's Central Belt on the banks of the River Clyde. Over the years the city of Glasgow Scotland has been honored by many awards. In the year 1990 it won the European titles of City of Culture, in 1999 it won City of Architecture and Design and recently in the year 2003 it bagged the and Capital of Sport award. Glasgow has also been appointed to host the Commonwealth Games in 2014. The city center is absolutely vibrant. With excellent entertainment and shopping options, here you are bound to have a great time. Museum hopping, unwinding in the lovely lush parks, walking in the streets. there is a lot to do and see in Glasgow. Glasgow airport is easily accessible from anywhere in the city as the transportation system is very good. The City Chambers sited in the George Square was erected in the year 1888. Designed in a typical Italian Renaissance architectural style, this is the head office of Glasgow City Council. Guided Tours of the building are available, and visitors can see the splendid marble staircases, magnificent lobbies, the debating chamber and the plush feasting manor hall. The Cathedral of Glasgow is among the best examples of the Gothic architecture that dates back to medieval times in Glasgow. Visited by thousands of tourist and visitors each year, this religious site is absolutely awe inspiring. Glasgow School of Art located in the Renfrew Street is among the most excellent schools of art, design and architecture in Britain. The building is also the finest architectural creation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Here you can also get your registered for art classes.