Take the stands at Fir Park
Fir Park is a football stadium in the south of North Lanarkshire, and the home ground to Motherwell FC, which has occupied the playing ground since 1895. An all-seater stadium, with a capacity of over 13,000, Fir Park is known for its distinct, unconventional look, with one large stand rising higher than three smaller ones.
Get to know Glasgow
The largest city in Scotland, with a potent reputation for its style and culture, there’s always something new to discover in Glasgow. The city offers a blend of fascinating history, exciting arts and nightlife, and a hugely diverse range of shopping and cuisine. Whether you’re visiting one of its many free museums like the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, marvelling at the unique architecture of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh, or exploring one of its distinctive neighbourhoods, you’ll carry your memory of Glasgow with you forever.
Man the battlements at Stirling Castle
Stirling is one of Scotland’s most well-known and impressive stone castles, and an integral staple of the nation’s history. While its political importance peaked in the 16th century, the spirit of Scotland’s long and often bloody past still clings to the ancient masonry. Here, you can walk through the largest medieval banqueting hall in Scotland, the impressive Chapel Royal, redecorated for a visit from Charles I, and learn the history of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Planning a trip to Fir Park? Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Glasgow Queen Street Hotel can be reached in half an hour.