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Glasgow Shopping

Glasgow is the second largest shopping centre in the UK. You can shop at many major UK high street stores, smaller boutiques, department stores and a wide variety of specialty shops, including craft and antique shops to suit every taste and interest. The city centre has three pedestrianised main thoroughfares: Sauchiehall Street, which features, among other things, pre-Christmas stalls, stands and an outdoor market, and Argyle Street, running parallel to each other and joined by Buchanan Street which runs from north to south.

Along these main streets are shopping malls such as the Sauchiehall Street Centre, the Buchanan Galleries, the stylish and hip Princes Square, the beautiful St Enoch Centre, and the bright and sunny atriums of the Argyle Arcade. There is also the weekend Barras market, located in the city's east end and a stone's throw south from St. Mungo's Cathedral and further east, the enormous Parkhead Forge mall.

Hotels near the center of Glasgow
The Z Hotel Glasgow from £35.00
Premier Inn Glasgow City - George Square3 starfrom £65.00
Millennium Hotel Glasgow4 starfrom £56.81
Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow City Centre4 starfrom £99.00
Merchant City Apartments from £145.00

Buchanan Galleries

Buchanan Galleries is the newest and some say the best shopping centre in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland's shopping capital. Positioned at the junction of Glasgow's famous Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street, Buchanan Galleries is right beside rail, underground and bus stations. The shopping centre has its own award winning 2000 space car park only minutes form the M8 Motorway and is easily accessed from all directions.


Princes Square

Princes Square, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. Enjoy a quality shopping and eating experience by day, and by night, explore our exclusive cocktail bars and restaurants open till late.


Argyll Arcade

Argyll Arcade Glasgow is a covered street which has 32 jewellers under one roof. John Baird designed the Arcade's ornate iron-framed hammerbeam roof. The L-shaped arcade was built in 1904 and houses many local jewellery designers' shops & antique jewellers' shops.