Glasgow is filled with Scottish souvenirs that will help you fondly remember your trip. Here are five that you’ll want to bring home with you:
Knitwear and textiles. Scotland is famous for its knitwear and textiles, so keep an eye out for cashmere sweaters, finely embroidered doilies and hand-stitched tartan kilts.
Auchentoshan whisky. There are whisky distilleries all across Scotland, but the most undeniably Glaswegian whisky to take home is the single malt from the Auchentoshan distillery in Clydebank — just 10 minutes from the city center.
Celtic jewelry. Nothing says Scotland more than Celtic jewelry. You can find it all over the city, as all jewelers in Glasgow sell bangles, brooches and bracelets with traditional Celtic designs.
Football shirt. Celtic and Rangers are two of the most famous and successful football clubs in Europe, so why not pick up one of their iconic shirts as a souvenir? Head to the stadiums for the most merchandise options or just visit the official stores in the city center and at the airport.
Land deeds. Scottish tradition dictates that anyone who owns estate land can be titled laird, lord or lady. So if you want to move up in the world, or wish to give that privilege to someone else, seek out the 10-square-foot plots being sold by Glaswegian retailers.