With rail services between Glasgow Queen Street and Balloch every half hour from early to late you can make the most of a day out or short break to Glasgow. Trains also run from Glasgow to Helensburgh, Arrochar & Tarbet and Ardlui, making it easy to connect if you want to bring your bike too.
With the best shopping outside of London's West End, amazing museums and art galleries, including Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and venues galore for major events and concerts including The Hydro, Glasgow is buzzing with art, culture, music and more, as well as great places to eat, drink and stay.
Pack More In to your Loch Lomond experience and combine the sights and sounds of Glasgow for a 2 centre break.
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@lovelochlomond - Jan 11
RT @fredatheflea: David and Chris contributed to podcast (had to explain what a podcast was to David) on farm diversification. Will is a fa…
@lovelochlomond - Jan 10
What a fantastic way to explore these spectacular landscapes. #LochLomond #ScotlandIsNow https://t.co/mPHAJwPcy7
@lovelochlomond - Jan 9
Thanks for sharing your photos with us. https://t.co/OjCtbC8FUK