Minibus Tours - Minibus Hire Glasgow
People who are spending time in Glasgow can get to know the surrounding area in comfort and style with Minibus Hire Glasgow. Beyond Glasgow city centre there are plenty of delightful daytrip destinations that are just waiting to be discovered, while venturing further into the Highlands is truly rewarding.
Paisley is an historical town that is now part of western Glasgow. The town grew up around the abbey, which was founded in 1163. More recently it became a major producer of printed cotton and woollen cloth. Nearby Dumbarton was the ancient capital of the Britons of Strathclyde, but time has passed it by. Worth a daytrip, it stands at the gateway to Loch Lomond and the Highlands, and is presided over by the spectacular Dumbarton Rock, site of the Dumbarton Castle.
People who arrange Minibus Hire Glasgow will also be able to use it to take a short trip to Stirling, which can be found just to the east. Stirling is famous for its towering William Wallace monument, while Stirling Castle presents a spectacular view of the area and boasts well preserved ramparts.
Just to the north of Glasgow is Fort William, in the great divide, site of Britain’s highest peak, Ben Nevis. From here the Highlands truly begin, with moody glens, spectacular peaks, rural villages and romantic lakes, least of which is Loch Ness and this makes the perfect place to pause to enjoy a picnic.
The West Highland Railway from Glasgow to Fort William, and then on to Mallaig, is memorable as it passes through some of Britain's most spectacular mountain scenery and finest walking country. Further north is the pretty fishing village of Oban, launching point to the Hebrides. All of this and more is just waiting to be explored with Minibus Hire Glasgow and the transportation comes complete with a dedicated driver.