One of Britain's liveliest cities, Glasgow boasts a number of great museums and art galleries, restaurants, and of course, pubs. It also has a great arts scene and an interesting blend of Art Nouveau and Victorian architecture. The Burrell Collection is the city's top attraction and includes everything from Chinese porcelain and medieval furniture to works by such masters as Renoir and Cézanne. Glasgow's cosmopolitan and elegant character, against the backdrop some of Scotland's most beautiful landscapes, makes it an unforgettable travel destination.
London is a noisy, vibrant and multicultural world city and remains a global capital of culture, fashion, finance, politics and trade.
Although Manchester seems to offer a rather limited amount of attractions, this is certainly not the case when it comes to its nightlife. Indeed, in terms of evening entertainment, this city is one of the most dynamic in all of Britain, and perhaps all of Europe. From music to beer, party-seekers will find everything their heart desires.
If you want to visit a number of sights during a short stay, The London Pass gives you free entry to over 50 attractions within the city, as well as free travel on all public transport. The card is available from tourist offices.
In general tipping is not compulsory but is appreciated, 10% being the standard tipping rate. The exception is restaurants where a 10%-20% service charge may be added to the bill.