AirBnB was founded in 2008 in San Francisco. AirBnB is a market place which allows property owners rent out their home or spare room to people wishing to holiday in that particular city or town. People fell in love with this idea as it was really good value for money and with the peer-review rating system. Entrepreneurs began to see a gap in the market in terms of managing a property and this business has since taken off from interior design, cleaning, managing bookings and overall maintenance of the property. Glasgow is one of the UK’s most trendy up and coming cities with people from all over the globe desperate to check out what Scotland’s biggest city has to offer. Here is why AirBnB Management Glasgow is trending in 2019.
People Make Glasgow
With the 2014 Commonwealth came the slogan ‘People Make Glasgow.’ The slogan has now been splashed across the city with the aim in bringing more tourism to the city. Glasgow may not be as ‘pretty’ or ‘historic’ as neighbouring capital, Edinburgh – where tourists usually go when they visit Scotland. Instead Glasgow can offer a real good time. The streets are filled locals with an unrivalled sense of humour and friendly nature who will make your trip to Glasgow more memorable than anywhere else you go. The slogan has been enticing to many who have never been – who are the people in Glasgow? And why do they ‘make it’?
Food & Drink
From brunch spots in Finneston to trendy cocktail bars in Merchant City – you are spoilt for choice when it comes to hospitality in Glasgow. The city is so multicultural that you can expereince authentic food from India, Korea, Italy and South America.
Glasgow is sure to give you a good night out with the choice of stylish cocktail bars, old school pubs and even cheap shooter bars!
Not only this but brunching and coffee in Glasgow is a popular weekend activity. The west end is where you will want to spend your Sunday recovering by strolling through Kelvingrove park and dining on artisan coffee and smashed avocado.
Scotland has produced some of the greatest bands and musicians of all time – Annie Lennox, Lulu, Biffy Clyro, Texas, The Bay City Rollers and The Proclaimers. From King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (where Oasis was discovered in the early 90s, The Barrowland Ballroom and the new Hydro Arena – worldwide musicians are travelling to Glasgow to perform. With a gig on every single night you are spoilt for music choice. For over 20 years in July, Glasgow hosted of the UKs biggest music festivals – T in The Park. This was a globally famous indie and alternative music festival. In 2017 T in the Park became defunct and transformed into TRNSMT in Glasgow Green. A three day summer music festival. So if you are a music fan – ‘mon over and say hi.
Escape The City
Scotland has some great transport links and if you chose to stay in Glasgow you are at the heart of some of the most gorgeous places in the world. Jump on a train to Ayr for less than an hour and you can experience some of the best and most famous gold courses and beaches in Scotland. Or take a thirty minute trip to the shores of Loch Lomond where you can hike, sail, walk and drink coffee in some stunning shore cafes.