Words and phrases associated with the West End of Glasgow: cosmopolitan, multi-cultured, bohemian, intellectual, grand, leafy, confident, tolerant and 'trendy'. It is known for its impressive Victorian architecture, public parks and gardens, as a home for celebrities and for its many and varied attractions including restaurants, pubs and shops.
The West End of Glasgow consists of a number of distinct areas each with their own particular attractions and characteristics. Spreading west from Charing Cross it includes Woodlands, Hillhead, Hyndland and Byres Road. It also includes the lovely Kelvingrove and the hustling bustling area of Partick running from Argyle Street along Dumbarton Road.
This section gives a flavour of different parts of the West End:
You will find lots of wonderful photographs of the West End in The Photo Gallery