Glasgow has a fantastic variety of venues. More than 700 pubs and nightclubs include 100 ft long bars, basement clubs, converted churches and river boats. Take a look at what's on offer.
If electronica, house and improvised dance music is your thing, the Sub Club is your place. A platform for up-and-coming music makers as well as established nights such as Optimo.
The Flying Duck
Newly appointed as Glasgow's coolest club, The Flying Duck feels more like a house party than a nightclub. Guest DJ sets abound from Camera Obscura and Teenage Fanclub. Hungry nightowls are also treated to free toast!
Just a short walk from University Avenue, Boho is a regular haunt of Glasgow students. You can pop in with your mates, dance the night away, play some pool or have aunty Val cook up one of her delicious chicken Tikka wraps.
Up the road from the University, this converted church blends traditional Scottish styles over three floors containing a pub, club and performance space. Oran Mor is the place to have 'a play, a pie and a pint'.
Down the cobbled Ashton lane, Brel is one of a number of bars favoured by the locals for its charm. The summer beer garden is practically the University's back yard.
"Glasgow is much more lively and vibrant than other Scottish cities."
George Twizell, Psychology
Montage (L-R): Vodka Wodka, Swetha Vijayakrishnan; ABC, Peter Davidson; The Soundhaus, Toby Butler; city by night, Philip Gorry; Pacific Quay at night, Philip Gorry; Ashton Lane; Charing Cross, Luo Fan, Buchanan Street.