Knowing that you can step out of your door straight into the car to be driven to
the Restaurant or Theatre in extreme comfort whilst not having to worry about directions,
traffic, or the problem with parking and being dropped in style at the door without
getting wet, blown or too hot makes a special event that much more enjoyable. We
are familiar with all of Glasgow's Theatres, Restaurants, Hotels, Casinos, Clubs
and Venues so not only will you be arriving in style, but at exactly the right time.
With lots of people heading in the same direction and with the prospect of long walks
to and from the car park with no guarantee of good weather, getting to and especially
from a major event can sometimes take the shine off of the day. Arriving in style
can turn a nice day into a memorable occasion. just imagine being dropped at the
entrance in a sleek Mercedes - and when you come out, your immaculately presented
car is waiting for you, Air conditioned or pre-warmed to perfection!
Golf has been played on the Links at St Andrews since around 1400 AD and the Old
Course is renowned throughout the world as the Home of Golf. Golf still plays a major
part in the culture and economy of St Andrews today. As the 600 year history of the
Links has unfolded, one simple track hacked through the bushes and heather has developed
into six public golf courses, attracting hundreds of thousands of golfing pilgrims
from around the globe. St Andrews Links is the largest golfing complex in Europe
and all 18 hole courses can be booked in advance.
For those who are addicted to the game of golf, Gleneagles offers the chance to play
on the world's finest courses. There are four courses to choose from - the King's,
the Queen's, or the nine hole Wee Course and the exceptional PGA Centenary Course
created by Jack Nicklaus. Everything you could possibly ask for in a day's golf can
be found at Gleneagles: magnificent courses, luxury locker rooms, exclusive brands
and a relaxed clubhouse serving great food and drink. Whether leading pro or enthusiastic
beginner, the Gleneagles courses are a test for any golfer.
Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland is the home ground of Glasgow football club Queens
Park FC, and is the home venue of the Scottish national football team. Hampden is
one of the homes of football and the world's oldest international football ground.
Hampden Park was the largest stadium in the world until 1950, when the Maracana in
Rio de Janeiro was completed.
Murrayfield is one of the best known international rugby venues in the world and
is Scotland’s home venue for Six Nations and international action. The impressive
stadium has also staged Rugby World Cup games (2007) as well as the IRB Sevens World
Series – Edinburgh 7s event. Soccer, American Football and Rugby League have all
been played at 67,700 capacity venue which so regularly hosts concerts with U2, the
Red Hot Chili Peppers and David Bowie among those who taken centre stage.
The ‘Old Firm’, Rangers and Celtic are the most successful football clubs in Scotland.
The two clubs normally compete four times a year in the SPL and are regularly drawn
against each other in the two Scottish cup competitions. Ibrox has a total capacity
of approximately 51,900 and Parkhead is the second largest stadium in Scotland by
capacity of 60,832