|26th Apr 2021 to 19th Dec 2021|
Glasgow City Chambers
Glasgow City Chambers George Square, Glasgow City Centre G2 1DU
|£12 per person|
|Event organiser/part of Walking Tours in Glasgow|
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Hello from Walking Tours in Glasgow! WE ARE BACK - woooohooo! We run a City Centre walking tour at 10:30am every day.
About the tour:
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the city as you travel back through the centuries to discover our turbulent history, and how it has shaped Glasgow into the vibrant place you see today.
On this 1.5-2 hour tour, you'll not only see and learn about the key sites of the city centre, you will also get an authentic insight into modern life in the city today and hidden gems along the way! From cathedrals to street art, grand chambers to Dr Who, there’s something for everyone on this city centre experience.
Times: 10:30am every day
Meeting point: outside City Chambers building, George Square
In order to book a spot on this tour, please go to our booking page www.walkingtoursin.com/tours
The tour is conducted entirely outside in the fresh air. There will be no contact between the tour guide and groups. You will be required to maintain a social distance throughout the tour. You may wear a mask if you feel it is necessary. If you feel uncomfortable at any point, please inform the tour guide and they will assist you.
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