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Edinburgh and Glasglow in September

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by lexmann, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. lexmann

    lexmann Senior Member

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    Hi guys, need some advice on my trip:

    1. The best way to go from Glasgow International Airport to Edinburgh city centre
    2. Places for good food in these two cities (budget traveler so no fancy food or drink please)
    3. Menswear shops and mens shoes shops

    Thanks in advance!
     

  2. cashchie

    cashchie Active Member

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    Hey ! Hope you enjoy your time here :) Fair warning, I am from Glasgow, so the majority of places I will recommend will be there.

    1. I'm unsure about how best to get there from the airport, but a good bet is always the train. Will cost you around 10 pounds and if you get one from Queen street it will only take 45 minutes.
    2. Glasgow: Paesano, definitely. Lovely pizza, with ingredients shipped in from Italy at great prices. I also like Bibis and Tony Macaronis. I know one little chippy in Edinburgh called Giovanni's. Not sure it's a worth a journey, but if you check maps and you are a walking distance, check it out. Deep fried pizza and chips is true scottish cuisine, and the quality is great at Giovannis!
    3.Glasgow: END Clothing for a mixture of high end and streetwear. 18montrose for a great shop and more Stone Island than one could ever want. Cruise is not bad either. From a fashion perspective, Glasgow is youth-driven so nearly all shops have a younger vibe. If you're into skatewear, definitely check out Pyramid, awesome wee shop. There is a skate shop in Edinburgh called Pieute selling all their own brand stuff, never been but sounds cool.

    If you have any questions let me know :) like I said I am from Glasgow so I know more about that but I have family in Edinburgh, so go there fairly often too.

    PS I hope you're planning to visit the wonderful Glasgow Celtic. HH
     

  3. lexmann

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    Awesome! Skatewear...I am 51 years old so...lol
    I will definitely try the pizza. What about restaurants that offer good meals?
     

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