CHRIST­MAS TREATS

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Have a fes­tive af­ter­noon tea

There are lots of fab­u­lous fes­tive af­ter­noon teas on of­fer this sea­son with venues in­clud­ing, Cup Tea Lounge, Blythswood Square Ho­tel, Mal­mai­son, Mack­in­tosh at The Wil­low, The Grand Cen­tral Ho­tel and But­ter­fly and the Pig all of­fer­ing this clas­sic favourite.

Or why not try some­thing com­pletely dif­fer­ent, and hop on board the Red Bus Bistro for a unique din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence as you travel round the city in style.

En­joy a mulled wine at the Glas­gow Christ­mas Mar­kets

Glas­gow will again be host to two fan­tas­tic mar­kets this year – one at St Enoch Square run­ning up to 23 De­cem­ber, and an­other in Ge­orge Square, run­ning right up to the end of De­cem­ber.

With de­li­cious treats on of­fer, in­clud­ing waf­fles, Dutch pan­cakes, crepes and more, as well as ar­ti­san gifts from all around the globe, it re­ally is a must-visit des­ti­na­tion.

There are fair­ground rides for the kids, un­usual gifts, mulled wine, and hot choco­late – what’s not to love?

Take a Christ­mas selfie

Dig out your Christ­mas jumper and get snap­ping in the city. Great lo­ca­tions for a fab­u­lous fes­tive shot in­clude the iconic gi­ant rein­deer out­side St Enoch Shop­ping Cen­tre; the fairy light adorned Royal Ex­change Square, the huge Christ­mas tree on Ge­orge Square, the beau­ti­ful new lights in Princes Square, and the wall of light on Buchanan Street at House of Fraser.

Ge­orge Square lights

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