Glasgow is Scotland's largest city and has gained a reputation as one of the liveliest destinations in Europe. The city has been transformed from its roots in industry and as a sea-port into a multi-cultural and cosmopolitan centre. Glasgow boasts impressive Victorian architecture, a vast array of shops rivalled only by London within the UK, a diverse collection of artwork in galleries and museums and a vibrant nightlife.
Scotland offers a feast of historical and cultural delights. Visitors have endless opportunities to explore some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery, from the mountains and glens of the Highlands to the lowlands of the Borders. Scotland has a rich heritage of ancient castles and monuments that reflect its sometimes turbulent past.
For those who love the outdoors, Scotland offers an unlimited choice of pursuits. World-class angling on the famous salmon and trout rivers, sailing and spectacular hill walks are just a few of the many possibilities. Scotland is the home of golf, with many world class courses to choose from.
The Congress will be held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC): www.secc.co.uk. A map of the area shows the SECC is near Finnieston St. and Congress Road. For detailed information on travel to the venue please visit the SECC website: www.secc.co.uk/attend/how-to-get-here.aspx
Glasgow Tourist Information Enquiries:
Tel: +44 (0) 141 566 0800 or visit www.seeglasgow.com