A creative way to get to know Glasgow is to take a guided tour of the Mural Trail. Make it a bit more interactive by combining it with a walking photography workshop to improve your Instagram-game and capture memories of your trip.
Head over to the Argyle Street Arches for more Street Art and some delicious Street Food. The Arches is home to three Banksy murals and is part of the substructure of Glasgow's Central Station comprising of a series of adjoining arches, making it one of Scotland's most atmospheric and unique venues.
Some of Scotland's best independent street food traders will serve up innovative dishes using the best Scottish ingredients and in an adjoining arch, one of Glasgow's best street artists will be on hand to help you create your very own masterpiece.
No trip to Scotland would be complete without trying a sip of the 'water of life' - The Clydeside Distillery gives visitors a unique taste of some of Scotland's finest single malt whiskies right on the River Clyde.
Immerse yourself in its Dockside Story; the brimming with fascinating tales about Glasgow's history in the heyday of the Queen’s Dock and the birth of the whisky industry. Take an exclusive tour by the Distillery Manager and meet the craftsmen or try something a wee bit more indulgent by combining your whisky tastings with sublime artisan chocolates handcrafted by the renowned Scottish chocolatier, Sugar Wings of Glasgow.
Now it's time to head back to the hotel and get ready for the evening's entertainment.
Enjoy cocktails created by your own personal mixologist followed by dinner in the Radisson Red which boasts spectacular views over the Clyde and your next destination - the Hydro.
Glasgow is a UNESCO City of Music and home to the one of the world's busiest music venues - the Hydro. Have a VIP experience with your own private suite, balcony seating and drinks service while enjoying a gig you'll never forget.