Take a trip to Paradise
The home of Celtic Football Club since 1892, Celtic Park is one of the two major stadia in Glasgow - the other being Ibrox, where Celtic's Old Firm arch-rivals, Rangers, ply their trade. "Paradise", as it is known among Hoops fans, is also well used for international football fixtures as well as other events - it was a key venue of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and has hosted several large-scale music concerts.
Make the most of the Merchant City
While the area immediately surrounding Celtic Park doesn't have a great deal to offer, the Merchant City area of Glasgow is just a short hop away. The historic heart of the city, once the home of the "tobacco lords" of the 18th century, remains a key shopping and residential area, and has a lot to offer fans of the arts, too. The Tron Theatre is a must.
Visit the "Dear Green Place"
While Glasgow is known for its urban sprawl, there remains much which justifies its old nickname - not least its Botanic Gardens, Glasgow Green and Kelvingrove Park. All these are perfect places to while away a sunny day (contrary to popular opinion, these do occur from time to time in Glasgow) - and as night falls, the legendary nightlife of Sauchiehall Street, home to such venues as King Tut's, is well worth sampling.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Celtic Park? Travelodge Glasgow Queen Street Hotel is closest, and is convenient for plenty of the city's other sights - including Glasgow Green - while Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel is also worth considering.