Glasgow Walking Tour in Spanish

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Pay what you wish” tours do not have a fixed price. It is up to you to evaluate your guide’s work and reward it. Some people give 10€, others 50€ depending on their satisfaction and abilities
Meeting point
George Square- look for black umbrellaGo to map


Join us on this fascinating 2-hour tour to explore Glasgow’s interesting history, culture and iconic sites.

Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow has a rich and complex history marked by its industrial past, colonial prosperity, social challenges during the 20th century and the ever-present rivalry between Catholics and Protestants. During the 19th century, Glasgow prospered as a shipbuilding and trading centre, earning the title ‘Second City of the Empire’. However, the decline of these industries, along with the closure of coal mines and the policies of Margaret Thatcher’s government, led to economic hardship and social challenges that have left their mark on the city’s modern identity.

Our fascinating 2-hour tour begins in George Square, a historic and bustling public square in the heart of the city. As you stroll through Glasgow’s historic streets, our expert guide will introduce you to the city’s fascinating past, including the life and work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a renowned architect and designer who left an indelible mark on Glasgow’s architecture. You’ll also learn about the city’s long-standing religious divisions, which continue to shape its culture and identity, particularly through the intense rivalry between the Catholic Celtic and Protestant Rangers football teams.

En route, we’ll visit Buchanan Street, one of Glasgow’s main shopping arteries, famous for its stunning architecture and vibrant atmosphere. We will also stop at the iconic statue of the Duke of Wellington, known for his traffic cone hat, a symbol of the city’s humour and creativity.

The tour culminates at Glasgow Cathedral, Scotland’s oldest cathedral, where you’ll learn about St. Mungo, the city’s patron saint, and his miracles. Finally, we’ll finish at the top of the Necropolis, which offers one of the best views of Glasgow.

Join us on this unforgettable journey as we explore the following highlights:

  • George Square

  • Glasgow City Chambers

  • Buchanan Street

  • Duke of Wellington Statue

  • The Lighthouse

  • Glasgow Cross

  • Tolbooth Bell Tower

  • Glasgow Cathedral

  • Necropolis


Meeting Point
George Square- look for black umbrella

Booking is obligatory. Our pay as you wish tours are designed for individual travellers and small groups. We don’t accept parties of more than 10 people on them. If you travel in a party of 11 or more (school groups, bigger groups of friends etc.), please choose a paid option, if it's available, or book a Private Tour. For more information on the latter, please contact us.

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