Shopping in Glasgow

Shopping in Glasgow involves some of the best facilities in the UK and whether you're looking for unique items, antiques, high street names or world famous designer labels, you're sure to find something that appeals.

Designer shopping in Glasgow

If you're looking for designer labels, head to the Italian Centre, located in the heart of Merchant City. Here you will find a number of top names in fashion, including the UK's only Versace store, designer boutiques, and trendy cafes and bars.

Another great area for designer shopping in Glasgow is the Merchant Square Indoor Shopping complex, which houses some of the most exclusive shops in Glasgow, as well as great cafes, bars and restaurants.

Princes Square is also home to some fabulous designer names and to complete your Glasgow shopping experience, this shopping centre is set under a stylish Art Nouveau glass roof. Here you will find a number of top brands and famous designer labels, including French Connection, Kurt Geiger, Ted Baker and Vivienne Westwood.

High street shopping in Glasgow

If top designers are out of your price range, there are plenty of other shops in Glasgow to suit your needs. The St Enoch Centre is the largest shopping centre in Scotland and the biggest glass structure in Europe. Here you will find established high street favourites such as Boots, Disney Store, Topshop and H&M, department stores such as BHS and Debenhams, and much more besides.

Buchanan Galleries is another great destination for the top names on the high street and you will find a John Lewis department store, Mango and Next amongst many other retailers in this popular shopping area in Glasgow.

Off the beaten track shopping in Glasgow

If you're looking for something a little different, there are a number of shops in Glasgow that can cater for your needs.

The city is popular with antiques enthusiasts. The Merchant City area and the West End are ideal if you're looking for antiques, rare book stores and other unusual items. The Barras, an open air Glasgow market, is open at weekends and is a haven for those seeking bric-a-brac, antiques, clothing and food.

De Courcy's Antique Craft Arcade, which is located in the West End, and the Victorian Village are ideal for original and stylish jewellery items. The Argyll Arcade, one of Britain's oldest covered shopping arcades, is a stunning structure that houses a number of jewellery shops selling both antique items and modern pieces created by local designers.

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