Why not tickle your taste buds with a curry in one of the Indian restaurants around the Charing Cross area? Glasgow has been named “Curry Capital of Britain” on four separate occasions, so you can rest assured it will be a decent one! However, if your hen party would prefer something else to satisfy their hunger, then you'll find that the Glaswegians love of pubs has produced some quality gastropubs where you can guarantee great food in a chilled out environment.
The budding live music scene in Glasgow has been boosted by the successful bands to have been produced in the city over the years such as Snow Patrol, Primal Scream and Mogwai. The city is the recipent of a UNESCO City of Music award, you'll find live music acts all over the city offering an eclectic line up from indie to pop and rock. For the clubbers amongst you though you'll find Glasgow is also a magnet for international DJs, so there are some great club nights to keep an eye out for on the hen do. If however you prefer to keep it cheesy then head on over to Sauchiehall Street to listen to some 80s classics!
Always a popular and favourite place for hens to go visit is Blythswood Square Spa. It is set in a quiet location and the place itself has lovely Scottish decor which makes it even more attractive and relaxing. It is also very easy to get to using public transport so you'll have one less thing to worry about. They have heated treatment beds and all the treatment products are based on Scottish natural resources, scents, flowers etc.
One of Scotland's best known architects and designers, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, shows off all his work in the Art Nouveau splendour of buildings like Glasgow school of Art and The Lighthouse.
Now every girl likes her shopping and what better shopping experience than Buchanan Street? It is a 1920's mall built round a courtyard where you can stop off and have a nice spot of lunch and a chilled drink in-between visiting the Buchanan Centre, concert hall and all those hundreds of stores.
Go to the West End near the BBC and Byres road and visit the Botanic gardens where it is amazing to go on sunny days for a tea in Kibble Palace and walk by the River Kelvin.