Bob Law’s Blog: Glasgow City Centre at Night
Visitors to, or residents of, Glasgow are missing out visually if they have never walked along the River Clyde embankment on a clear windless evening.
True, like any large city, there is a greater element of risk once night falls, especially along the usually quiet at night waterfront path but you can lessen any risk by walking it in the winter months when it is just getting dark by 4:00pm to 6:00pm depending on Dec to Feb arrival slot.
Usually shoppers and/or cyclists/commuters are still around at this time so it’s possible to walk from The Saltmarket district to Finnieston or Partick without it being too quiet and it does, if conditions are perfect, ( i.e. no wind), provide a very colourful reflections walk.
Some might say this is Glasgow’s finest feature.
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