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Glasgow Shopping Centres and Streets with websites, images and links to maps and reviews.

The main Glasgow Shopping area is between Glasgow Central train station and Queens Street train station, now regarded as the City centre, packed full of shops and vast indoor shopping malls, said by many to be the second largest in the UK, following London.

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Buchanan Street is one of the top shopping streets in Glasgow centre, running south to north, from Argyle Street to Sauchiehall Street. The street has many high-end shops, and a number of restaurants. The trendy Princes Square shopping centre is on the right hand side going up, and the large Buchanan Galleries shopping centre is on the right, close to the top. View the RSS Information Page for a large image and a list of shops and restaurants.
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Argyle Street in Glasgow center, is one of the bussiest shopping streets in the city, with a number of interesting stores, such as a vast number of shoe shops, sports and fashion. Argyle street runs from west to east, with the main section being from Glasgow Central Train Station, running east to the Trongate. Off Argyle Street, to the left, is the Argyle Arcade with over 30 jewellers and diamond merchants. Also off Argyle Street, to the right, is the enormous St Enoch Centre.
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Sauchiehall Street is another main shopping street, to the north of the City centre, which runs from the north end of Buchanan Street, going west into the area of Kelvingrove. The main part is now pedestrian only. Sauchiehall Street has a good selection of stores, restaurants, bar diners, and nightclubs.
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Buchanan Galleries shopping centre is situated at the top of Buchanan Street in Glasgow centre, that opened in 1999. The owners claim the centre has the best selection of shops in Glasgow, with about 90 shops all together, and about 16 eat and drink venues.
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Princes Square shopping centre is situated in Glasgow centre, off Buchanan Street. The centre was built in 1986 and contains a number of Fashion, Beauty, Jewellery, and Gifts & Lifestyle shops. The centre also holds about 14 Restaurants and Cafes. Visit the RSS Ppage for a list of cafes, restaurants, and shops.
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St Enoch Shopping Centre is situated in the centre of Glasgow, off Argyle Street. The centre was opened in 1989, becoming the largest glassed roof building in Europe. The St Enoch Centre has over 100 stores, from large well known high street brands, to designer and fashion shops. St Enoch's has a large restaurant area with about 15 enticing fast food outlets, choosing one can be difficult.
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There are a number of large shopping centres outside Glasgow Centre, from 2 to 12 miles, that all have good bus links with the city centre, as seen below.

Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre is situated about 2 miles east of Glasgow centre, with over 70 shops and 1,600 car parking spaces. Eateries at the Forge include: Bensons Restaurant, Costa Coffe, Greggs, McChans Chinese, McDonalds, Re-Charge Bar for Snacks, Sisters Cafe, and Subway. Buses 40 and 40A run between Union Street next to Glasgow Central Train Station, and The Forge, about every 30 minutes, travel time about 15 minutes. Next to the Parkhead Forge is the Forge Maket, Scotland's largest indoor Market. Market Reviews.

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Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre is situated about 5 miles east of Glasgow centre, just off the M8, with about 80 shops and 1,900 car parking spaces. The Fort has many restaurants or cafes, including Subway, Nando's, Pizza Hut, Costa Coffee, and Starbucks. The X19 Bus runs between Glasgow West George Street and the Fort about every 30 minutes.
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Braehead Shopping Centre is situated about 6 miles west of Glasgow Centre, with about 100 shops and 6,500 car parking spaces. The 77 First Group bus from Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow centre, runs right to the Braehead Shopping Centre. The centre has a large ice rink, kids play centre, champagne and cocktail bar, and many eateries.

Next door, is the large Into Braehead, with the UK's longest indoor real snow slope, huge soft play, 18 hole Adventure Golf Courses, 12 screen Odeon cinema with IMAX, bowling, climbing, shooting (lasers), dodgem cars, and a good selection of restaurants, bars, and cafes.
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Silverburn Shopping Centre is situated about 6 miles southwest of Glasgow City Centre, just off the M77. Silverburn Shopping Centre has about 100 stores, many up-market and designer, and 4,500 car parking spaces. Regular Buses run between Buchanan Bus Station and Silverburn Shopping Centre.
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East Kilbride Shopping Centre is situated about 12 miles southeast of Glasgow centre, with about 200 shops and parking for 1,000s of cars. The centre has entertainment such as Bingo * Cinema * Ice Rink & Pulse8 Lasertag. There are regular buses and trains from Glasgow. Regular Buses & Trains run between Glasgow Centre and East Kilbride Shopping Centre taking about 50 minutes.

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