Travel to Glasgow: a city unlike any other in Great Britain

If you're looking to travel to one of the most unique and sought-after destinations of 2012, look no further than Glasgow, Scotland. The land of kilts, shortbread and the Loch Ness Monster has so much more to offer than the Scottish Highlands and bagpipe festivals.

It's a city unlike any other – nestled in a territory often overshadowed by its larger counterparts like England. But, Glasgow is making a comeback in the world of travel. 

Tourists can visit the Riverside Museum, which is dedicated to showcasing the country's transport and travel accomplishments.

Music lovers can visit the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, which puts on everything from bagpipe to techno concerts. After you watch bands like Christy Moore with Declan Sinnott perform, mosey over to Cup of Tea Lounge or The Chippy Doon the Lane and relax with some earl grey and smoked salmon fish cakes.

Shoppers can take to the streets of the Barras Market, a wide-ranging mix of open stalls where vendors sell computer games, electronics and furniture. If you're looking for something a bit more traditional, head over to the St. Enoch Shopping Center, the biggest mall in Scotland and Europe's largest glass complex.

Of course, traveling to all these attractions are sure to tire you out. On your way from the Riverside Museum to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, consider booking a luxury sedan with Hermes Worldwide, an executive transportation service that will take you anywhere you want to go in Glasgow and other major cities around the world. Arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready to take on the day in one of the company's luxury SUVs.

Travel to Glasgow: a city unlike any other in Great Britain