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Get to heart of the city at Glasgow Queen Street train station

Situated in the centre of Glasgow just a 15-minute walk from the city's impressive cathedral, Glasgow Queen Street train station was first built in the 1840s and remains an important transport hub for both the local community and visitors alike. It is an ideal spot from which to visit a host of attractions, with the Royal Concert Hall, the Gallery of Modern Art and the legendary music venue King Tut's Wah Wah Hut being a short distance away.

Pick a side in one of football's greatest rivalries

Sport is of course a huge part of life in Glasgow, with the rivalry between the Scottish football powerhouses of Celtic and Rangers remaining as fierce as ever. You can explore one of sport's most famous derbies with tours of both Ibrox and Celtic Park. However, if you'd much rather remain neutral, there is always the option of seeing the Scottish Football Hall of Fame and much more at Hampden Park.

Live music, beautiful gardens and more

If sport's not your cup of tea, rest assured that there's plenty more to see and do in Glasgow. You can watch top live performers at the SSE Hydro or Barrowlands, while greenfingered visitors will love a trip to Glasgow's beautiful 27-acre Botanic Gardens. There is also fun for all of the family at the Glasgow Science Centre, which is home to an array of hands-on exhibits. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Glasgow Queen Street train station? Travelodge Glasgow Queen Street Hotel is in an ideal location, while Travelodge Glasgow Central Hotel is also only 12-minute walk away.