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Glasgow is the second biggest city in Scotland. The River Clyde runs through the city and was responsible for the ship building industry which was a key employment source within the engineering city.
Glasgow has a rich history of engineering , art and design and music. Theatres and Museums and a music scene so diverse that there is something for everyone. The city is a perfect weekend break to give you a taste to come back again. Book your next city break in one of the UK's friendliness cities.
There are plenty of public transport options to use when venturing around the town centre. However if you wish to explore the surrounding areas outside the city a car would be the best option to travel and explore the green belt.
Bluewheels offers great value car hire from the city by inserting :
Glasgow (all areas) (GB) into the quote system.
Special deals and the best rates can be booked well ahead of Hogmanay and the New Year celebrations.
Car Hire Firms:
The main rental suppliers in the Glasgow area are Enterprise , Thrifty , Arnold Clark, Europcar, Sixt and Avis.
Elmbank St, Glasgow, G2 4PG
432 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, G31 3AA
Pace Petroleum Ltd
519 Garscube Rd, Glasgow, G20 7LD
Renters require to bring along a copy of their booking reference form and passport and credit card and driving license.
Check the form over for any further special details which require additional information when you pick up your rental car. Sometimes the hire firm ask for a second form of ID such as a bank statement. Remember to look over your booking confirmation before heading to collect your vehicle.
Types Of Vehicles:
Drivers can select from a range of different makes and models which are available to rent from any of the Glasgow branches. The selection includes: intermediate, compact, economy and SUV.
There are a number of different Motorway roads around the centre which include M8, M77, M74 and M80. All the motorway links lead to the four corners of the Scottish countryside. Any of your car hire choices will be suitable for the roads within the country as the motorway leads to A roads or town centre roads. The countryside driving is also suitable for your rental car. The car hire choice would be up to you.
Drivers can travel to the green belt from Glasgow in around 30 minutes. North of the city travel on the A82 to reach Aberfoyle or Loch Lomond and Balloch. Heading south along the M77 you can reach the seaside at Prestwick or Troon in the same amount of time.
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Car hire Companies Located in Glasgow City Centre
Budget Car Hire
70 Lancefield Street, Glasgow, G3 8JD
Sixt Hire Car
101 Waterloo St, Glasgow G2
Europcar Car Rental Company
76 Lancefield Quay, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G3 8HP
Thrifty Van & Car Rentals
85 Lancefield St, Glasgow, Strathclyde, G3 8HZ
Avis Car Rental
Close to Glasgow Central Train Station
70 Lancefield St, Glasgow, G3 8JD
Enterprise Rent a Car
40 Oswald St, Glasgow G1 4PL
Alamo and National Rental Cars now supplied by Enterprise
Easirent Van & Car Hire Glasgow
170 High Street, Glasgow G1 1QL
Transport Options Available in Glasgow
Central Train Station
Gordon St, Glasgow, G1 3SL
Queen Street Rail Station
North Hanover Street, Glasgow, G1 2AF
Buchanan Bus Station
Killermont Street, Glasgow, G2 3NW
Glasgow has one underground which goes in a circular route and is locally called the Clockwork Orange. Main stops in the city centre are St Enoch's and Buchanan Street and Cowcaddens.
Top Things to see & do in Glasgow
Kelvingrove Art Galleries
Rennie Macintosh Trail
House for Art Lovers
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
Goma - Gallery of Modern Art
Scotland Street School Museum
Glasgow is steeped in Historic Sights which are free to entry at the moment. The Burrell Collection and Pollok House are located on the south side of the city and can be found in a country park complete with cattle and riverside walks.
House for Art Lovers is located in Bellahouston Park opposite the Ski Slope. Rennie Macintosh was a big influence in Art within Glasgow and many of his original buildings still stand today which include the Art School and the Tea House.
You could perhaps find a dinosaur or Ancient Egyptian Mummy when you next visit the Kelvingrove Art Galleries. Catch up on your transport knowledge at the New Riverside Museum.
Where ever you choice to visit in the city, you will be assured of a warm welcome.
Map of Glasgow City Centre in Scotland