We couldn’t write an article about day trips from Glasgow without mentioning the stunning Loch Lomond. This stunning lake is the Biggest in Britain, and you could spend days in and around the surrounding national park if you wanted. This is definitely a place for lovers of the outdoors to get lost in for a few hours. Plus, it’s easy to reach from Glasgow, with the train journey only taking around 45 minutes.
Edinburgh, the stunning and historic capital of Scotland, is a must-visit for absolutely anyone and everyone. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK, and rightfully so. Edinburgh is where the old medieval clashes with the new, grand Georgian. The coming together of two parts of the city makes for a unique experience. It will almost feel as though you are visiting two separate cities in one day. Edinburgh is only one hour away by train.
Stirling is a charming historic city in central Scotland, with a breathtaking historic core set in front of the stunning Stùc a’ Chroin mountain. The city dates back to the 12th century, meaning that there is a lot of history to be explored. The city is also a popular university city, so there is loads for students to do too. Stirling is only a half-hour train journey from Glasgow.