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A82 Road (Glasgow to Inverness)

A82 Road (Glasgow to Inverness)

This 167 mile (269km) long scenic road stretches from Glasgow to Inverness via Fort William. Mountains rising right and left of the road and numerous twists and turns await along the way, as well as the shores of the famous Loch Ness and Loch Lomond. Besides the stunning natural surroundings, there are plenty of attractions for stop overs, which include castles and climbing opportunities. Mind, however, that the road is regarded as one of the most dangerous routes in Scotland.
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Glasgow City Chambers

Glasgow City Chambers

The majestic building of the City Chambers, inaugurated by Queen Victoria in 1888, is located in George Square, in the heart of the city. It has housed the Glasgow City Council since 1996 and is considered one of the city's most important and prestigious buildings. The place opens for public viewing and the amazing marble decor elements definitely worth a visit, so you would probably like to take a tour: they take place twice per day at 10:30 and 14:30 (Monday to Friday). You can purchase tickets at the City Chambers reception 30 minutes before the beginning of the tour.
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University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

The campus is open to the public and visitors are encouraged to stroll through and marvel at the imposing, medieval-looking University building as well as explore the premises. Wedding celebrations are frequently held at the local chapel and guided tours are offered to those interested. You will find a Welcome Point, for visitors information, in the McIntyre Building, right beside the University's main gate. Visit the University of Glasgow: opendays@glasgow.ac.uk (open days) maria.simou@glasgow.ac.uk (campus tours)
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