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    Kilted Haggis Walking Tours

    Introducing a Glasgow walking tour with a difference. Perfect for visitors to the city and local residents who want to rediscover Glasgow.

    Discover the true spirit of Glasgow in an afternoon.

    Kilted Haggis Walking Tours launch this April, providing unique guided walking tours of Glasgow. Raymond and Steve give insight into Glasgow’s historical past with their fun, engaging and entertaining commentary, as you visit some of the city’s iconic attractions. Each tour ends with a live performance of traditional Scottish music and the chance to enjoy a wee dram.

    Kilted Haggis Walking Tour Group
    Kilted Haggis Tour Group

    Commenting on their business venture, Raymond said, “Having grown up in Glasgow we have gotten to know the city pretty well and wanted to share the many interesting facts, entertaining stories and hidden gems we have discovered over the years about this wonderful city.”

    Steve added, “Glasgow has a culture of live music which is such an organic part of the city that we decided to include live traditional Scottish music within each tour. This is a great way to get a true feel for the city”.

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    Kilted Haggis Live Music

    Kilted Haggis tours have been carefully crafted to include the most interesting attractions whilst giving a factual insight into Glasgow’s story.  Sign up for a Kilted Haggis walking tour and discover the true spirit of Glasgow in an afternoon. Tours run every weekend starting on 7th April from George Square.

    Tickets cost £12.50 per person and kids under 12 go free with each accompanying adult.

    To book a tour and for more details head to www.thekiltedhaggis.com.

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