- 3 day trip
Incentive Glasgow: Student City Glasgow is situated on the River Clyde. Glasgow houses a nice mix of old and modern. Visit with Training & Travel the George Square, Kelvingrove Park or an ancient impressive Cemetery at the Cathedral with enchanting views. Glasgow is the city of Celtic and Rangers when it comes to football. Scotland is Golf originated and we know our way to a Tee Off on a beautiful golf course. Glasgow has many pubs where not just folk music sounds. It bursts of great eateries. Where you can really enjoy Scotish food and pure Whisky. Training & Travel can educate and entertain you on this unforgettable team building trip to Glasgow.
- Modern and old in one city, Glasgow is to discover and to experience
- Combine your trip with an activity in a nature park
- Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in Glasgow, the student City
Day 1. You will fly to Prestwick and Edinburgh and then travel by train or bus to Glasgow. Then check in, it will be always a good hotel in the city center near George Square and the River Clyde. Within walking distance you will find a range of restaurants, pubs, music bars and shops. An evening of celebrating can begin ......
Day 2. On Saturday it is usually 'Matchday' of Celtic or the Rangers. If you want we can arrange tickets for a game. In the morning you have time to explore the city and in the early afternoon we go to the stadium where we will have a great seats on the stands. After the game it is fun to go visit one of the numerous pubs of Glasgow. If you rather go playing Golf, please let us know, Training & Travel knows the way.....
Day 3. Today we attend sightseeing Glasgow by bus, a hop-on and hop-off tour trough the city. It is educational and adventurous at the same time. Training & Travel guides you through the various attractions. In the afternoon we go to the airport for our flight back home.
Activities: a GPS tour with Scottish and lopsided assignments, we call them the 'Bagpipe Games', playing golf on demand
Excursions: Whisky tasting, a Golf Clinic, a visit to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum