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SHOPPING MALLS IN GLASGOW

Glasgow has an excellent variety of retail emporiums and ranks second to London for shopping and fashion. The city's vibrant and bustling shopping district is situated in the heart of the city around Argyle Street, Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. Glasgow is a delightful haven to engage in retail therapy with its exclusive selection of designer retailers, high street stores and air-conditioned shopping malls.

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The city centre's shopping area hosts a diversity of specialist shops, ranging from malt whiskey, Scottish souvenirs, tartan kilts to gadgets and the latest technologies. Princess Square in Buchanan Street specialises in speciality shopping and features an exclusive range of designer goods and artwork. This exquisite shopping mall is an architectural showpiece that blends Victorian architecture with an intricate Art Nouveau interior, Rennie Macintosh style. At the other end of the spectrum, Buchanan Galleries and The St Enoch Centre feature all the high street names and department stores from BHS, Debenhams, John Lewis to Next and H&M.

Should you require taking a break from shopping and the bustle, why not relax and enjoy a spot of people watching in one of the many bars, cafés and eateries in Glasgow's central shopping area. Many city centre cafes are typically European with tables and seats al fresco in the summer months. The Merchant City area has an excellent range of eateries to satisfy your taste buds and quench your thirst after a hard day of retail therapy.

Whatever shopping budget you fit into, you will not be disappointed by anything that this cosmopolitan city has to offer.

  • St Enoch Shopping Centre


    55 St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4BW

    St Enoch Shopping Centre The St Enoch Shopping Centre in Glasgow is Europe's largest glass structure. It has over 75 shops, a merchandising area, and a massive food court and car parking space for 750 cars. There are many great high street stores, a great selection of huge toyshops, jewellery outlets and art shops also. If you are looking for a great shopping trip then St Enoch's is a must visit venue.
  • Buchanan Galleries


    220 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2FF

    Buchanan Galleries Situated in the centre of Glasgow city centre the Buchanan Galleries is a premier shopping complex. There are over 80 shops within ranging from fashion, music, jewellery and much more. With over 2000 car parking spaces, minutes away from railway, underground and bus stations it is a must see place to go for any serious shopper coming to Glasgow.

  • The Argyll Arcade


    Argyll Arcade, Glasgow G2 8LP

    The Argyll Arcade was built in 1828 and by the 1840's it housed many luxurious shops it was redesigned in 1962 and to this day is predominately full of fantastic jewellery. The Argyll Arcade is also home to some of the best jewellery designers in Scotland using unique designs and selling some stunning pieces. You will also find many high street stores and also some of the best diamond specialist in Glasgow making made to measure items.
  • Savoy Shopping Centre


    140 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3DU

    The Savoy Shopping Centre is on the busy Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. With two floors selling everything from Glasgow artwork, hand made jewellery, clothes and furniture there is everything you could possibly want all under one roof. There are many various outlets within the Savoy with card shops and florists and there are also dining area's inside. If you perhaps have a special someone to buy for why not try something different and the gift engraved at the excellent engraving centre also within the centre.
  • Princes Square Shopping Centre


    Princes Square, 48 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 3JN

    Princes Square in Glasgow is a specialist shopping mall located in the heart of the city centre on Buchanan Street. This beautifully designed building dates back to 1841 and is a leading shopping complex. With many of the original features still intact, the building creates a stunning and stylish atmosphere perfect for shopping, meeting friends and dining out. Set over five floors you will find many specialist shops all under one roof, from designer shoe shops to bridal wear and great hair salons and many more besides.
  • Glasgow Barras


    Gallowgate, Glasgow G1 5AX

    The Barrowlands Market or The Barras as it is locally known is one of Glasgow's major shopping visitor attractions. Not long after the turn of the century a young woman named Margaret McIver struck upon the idea of opening a trading market in Glasgow. There are a great variety of stalls within the market ranging from hand made fabrics, plants and flowers and antique furniture. The market is open every weekend with Saturday being the most busy and popular for trading.