See Glasgow by bike on a 3-hour small-group tour of the city. With a group that’s no bigger than 10 people, you’ll pedal from Glasgow’s West End along the canal towpaths and cycle trails. Learn about the surroundings as you go, and check out many of the city’s interesting sights. Glasgow Cathedral, the People’s Palace, and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum are a few of the landmarks that line the route.
Choose between a morning tour at 11am or an afternoon tour at 3pm. Then, head to the start point at Vinicombe Street, in Glasgow’s lively West End.
Here, you’ll meet your guide and hop on your bike for your 3-hour tour of the city. Meander along canal-side footpaths and cycle trails, enjoying stops along the way to learn about Glasgow.
Listen to your guide to hear tales about major landmarks such as Glasgow’s medieval cathedral and the People’s Palace, a popular museum set in Glasgow Green. Pedal past Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and admire the Victorian architecture of Glasgow University’s main building.
After three hours on your bike, you’ll find yourself back at the start point where your tour ends.