Glasgow is a large city in the west of Scotland. Connected to the south by the M74 and to Edinburgh in the east by the M8, Glasgow is Scotland's largest city and the third most populous in the UK.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport
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The traditional home of Scottish heavy industry and ship-building, Glasgow is the third most populous city in the UK and the largest in Scotland. It's situated on the River Clyde in the base of the Clyde Valley - meaning its weather can be milder than that commonly associated with Scotland. The city is home to a population of more than 600,000 Glaswegians.
Today, Glasgow remains home to the majority of Britain's shipbuilding industry but also plays host to a far more diverse range of industries than it once did - including high technology companies, large call centres and many others.
South of the Clyde is Glasgow's South Side, which covers most of the Govan, Cathcart, Rutherglen and Pollock districts and is also the name give to the parliamentary constituency covering this area.
Glasgow's South Side is also home to Pollok Park, voted Britain's Best Park in 2007 and Europe's Best Park in 2008. It's Glasgow's only country park and is home to both woodlands and gardens, providing valuable rural tranquillity just 3 miles from Glasgow city centre.
Virtually all the major van hire companies have branches in Glasgow and nearby towns such as Paisley, Hamilton, East Kilbride and Dumbarton are also well served. Nearby Glasgow Airport has its own van hire companies, too.
Vehicles available from van rental companies in Glasgow typically include: