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Renfrewshire is a county to the west of Glasgow, bursting with history, heritage, and things to see and do.

Glasgow is a city home to stunning and grand architecture with a creative beating heart at its centre. The heart of the city centre offers one elegant street after another, each lined with some of the UK's best-preserved Victorian buildings. In a relatively small city, it's easy to see all the neighbourhoods, each carrying its own personality and charm.

With good schools and prestigious universities, this is a region fit for educating your family, with lots to explore on your doorstep.

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Living in Renfrewshire

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Things to do

Looking to explore more of Scotland? Glasgow and its surroundings have so much to discover, from the banks of the River Clyde to Paisley Abbey.

Glasgow is home to many iconic buildings, some housing the city's museums and art galleries, where you will find everything from ancient artefacts to modern works of art. The stunning Glasgow Cathedral is a must see, which is next to one of the most significant cemeteries in Europe, The Necropolis.

Paisley Abbey's origins date back to the 12th century and it is recognised as the cradle of the Royal House of Stewart. The Abbey was set up on the site of an old Celtic church by 13 monks. In the 13th century, the original priory was raised to the status of an abbey and dedicated to four saints, including the local St Mirin who brought Christianity to this area in the sixth century. The abbey became wealthy due to extensive trade with commercial centres in Europe. It was a centre of learning, and it is believed William Wallace was educated at the abbey by the monks. For those seeking adventure, White Water Rafting Glasgow is held at Pinkston Watersports, Scotland’s only artificial whitewater course.

Whisky lovers will relish a tour of Glengoyne Distillery and The Clydeside Distillery, whilst Tennent's Wellpark Brewery presents a fascinating look into the history and success of Scotland's oldest brewery (and most popular lager).


Glasgow, as the largest city, is the perfect place for some retail therapy, offering shops to cater to all your wildest wants and to suit all budgets.

From high street favourites to vintage, small independent stores to designer fashion, all your retail boxes are ticked. Most of the city's shops can be found on Glasgow's Style Mile in the city centre, where all stores are close together meaning you can easily browse to your heart’s content.

This is the home to shopping centres and premier department stores including St. Enoch Centre, Ingram Street, Buchanan Galleries, Buchanan Quarter, House of Fraser, Princes Square and much more.


Glasgow Central Station links Glasgow by train to the south and England, while Glasgow Queen Street Station mainly links to Edinburgh and the north of the country. The city is also near major motorways, so whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, drivers can easily access other parts of the UK.

Getting around the city couldn’t be easier with Scotrail and SPT Subway services to over 100 stations in Greater Glasgow as well as first class bus services around the city, allowing you to soak in the sights as you travel.

For those wanting to travel further afield, Glasgow Airport is a mere 15 minutes from the city centre, offering flights to Europe, the USA, Dubai and more as well as quick and easy domestic travel.


Glasgow’s food and drink scene is diverse and vibrant, with cuisine to whet all appetites. Eating and drinking are firmly embedded in the city’s culture: coffee and cake while shopping, lunch in a museum, drinks before a gig or dinner in one of Glasgow’s exciting neighbourhoods. The city’s food and drink are about exciting new experiences and trademark authenticity.

In Glasgow, great food, world-class whiskies, and memories made are delivered by the city’s greatest asset – the people.

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