The largest city in Scotland has long since been the home to most of Scotland most influential, important and most iconic bands, artists, actors and comedians. It may not officially be the capital of Scotland, but it certainly is when it comes to its cultural exploits.
From Arab Strap to Biffy Clyro, Glasvegas to Hudson Mohawke, Kode9 to Mogwai, Primal Scream to Simple Minds, musically across the spectrum some of the most innovative forces are all proud Glaswegians. Then there's actors like Robert Carlyle, Gerard Butler, John Barrowman, John Hannah, Robbie Coltrane and comedians like Frankie Boyle.
We needn't go on really, Glasgow is proven to be a place brimming with talent in all its artistic and creative forms. So naturally, there is so much to get your teeth into in Glasgow. Head here for our comprehensive guide to What's on in Glasgow.
If you're a student getting to grips with the city for the first time, or returning for another year, check out our Glasgow Fresher's Guide for all the best events.
Don't forget to check out our guide to Glasgow Hotels and Glasgow Restaurants as well to make your stay in this great city even more complete.