It may be Scotland’s largest and most culturally diverse city, but Glasgow is often considered Edinburgh’s little brother — which means it stays out later, has far better taste in music and still has its best years ahead of it. A city built on constructing ships, Glasgow is immensely proud of its rich and varied heritage, but its real strength is in always looking to the future. It’s a hub of modern architecture, museums and gastronomy, with a cosmopolitan vibe you won’t find anywhere else in Scotland — Glasgow is confident about leaving behind the old-country clichés and striding into the 21st century. It’s this attitude that makes the ever-expanding city a continually surprising and rewarding destination.