Explore Glasgow's green spaces
Scotsdun Stadium, home of Glasgow Warriors, sits just five miles from the centre of Scotland's biggest city. It's within reach of some of Glasgow's best green spaces, including the Botanic Gardens, a 27-acre park famed for its fine, cast-iron Victorian glasshouse. To the south, Pollok Country Park is Glasgow's largest, its lush woodland a haven for visitors looking to escape the city. For serious adventurers, Seven Lochs Wetland Park, east of the city, is a delightful mix of beautiful lakes. Cyclists can take on the 8km Seven Lochs trail.
Discover Glasgow's music scene
As Scotland's largest city, Glasgow boasts a thriving music scene. The SSE Hydro and Hampden Park hosts big-name, international live acts, but the city's smaller gig venues are the real draw. Stereo, Barrowlands and King Tut's Wah Wah hut are famous as the proving ground for emerging bands who go on to great things, with the likes of Radiohead, Coldplay and The Killer all cutting their teeth in the city.
It may be a post-industrial city, but Glasgow is also sprinkled with fine historic landmarks. The Provand's Lordship dates back to the 1471 and Glasgow's oldest house, where you can still see royal portraits and 16th century furnishings. You can't visit Glasgow without a trip to the Necropolis, a stunning Victorian cemetery filled with imperious statues and monuments.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Scotsdun Stadium? Travelodge Glasgow Central Hotel and Travelodge Dumbarton Hotel are close by.