Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow


The best way to explore Glasgow and to find out more about it’s rich cultural history is through guided sightseeing tours. There are many sightseeing tours available, but the fastest and most convenient way to see the city is by bus tour.

City Sightseeing Glasgow

City Sightseeing Glasgow double decker buses offer guided tours in multiple languages. These hop on, hop off buses give you fast and easy access to the city’s attractions, such as Glasgow Science Centre and the IMAX theatre, and the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel. Tickets are valid for two days and you can board and leave the bus at any stage of the journey. A full guided tour takes one hour and 45 minutes.

Stop number 8 on the City Sightseeing bus route is the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow, meaning you have easy access to the whole city from your doorstep.

Alternative Glasgow tours

Walking tours are available in English from George Square. Embark on a two and a half hour guided walk around Glasgow and uncover the great history of this city. The knowledgeable guides are on hand to share great insights and auld stories of the city.

For the more daring, there are also ghost walks available in the evenings. Join these theatrical tours with costumed guides and delve into the dark past of this great city. Storytelling, combined with humour, will reveal many unknown mysteries of Glasgow.

Cycling is surprisingly popular for what is a hilly city, and bike tours are a great way to view some of the sights. Glasgow City Bike Tours, based in the west end, offer flexible tour where you can choose which attractions to spend time at. The tours are mostly off road, allowing groups to see a different side to the city.