Glasgow is home to Inksters HQ. Glasgow is a vibrant, dynamic city offering the visitor or new resident unlimited opportunities to indulge in art, architecture, theatre, music, sport and shopping. With its many parks and public spaces, it encourages you to take a stroll in one of our “dear green places.”

Glasgow has a high architectural reputation. This includes fine Victorian architecture together with some outstanding buildings by Alexander “Greek” Thomson and our city’s most famous architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Why not pop into Glasgow’s very own architecture centre at the Lighthouse to see what is currently happening in the world of architecture and design.

Culturally, Glasgow is home to a variety of theatres, cinemas, an opera house and various music venues. Glasgow hosts the Celtic Connections music festival and the World Pipe Band Championships each year.

You can view world-class art in the recently refurbished Kelvingrove Art Galley and Museum and at the much-admired Burrell Collection. Children and adults alike can see science in action at the iconic Science Centre.

You will never be short of places to eat, drink or shop in Glasgow. Princes Square offers some fine examples of all of these under one roof.

Glasgow hosted the Commonwealth Games 2014.

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