Rain Fire Films launch Discover Glasgow, a wee big new tourism website for Scotland's biggest city

Rain Fire Films unveils DiscoverGlasgow.org, a tourism and events website celebrating the Scottish city of Glasgow, with over 300 listed sights, as well as events, tourist information, and original photography.

Online PR News – 03-December-2013 – Glasgow, Scotland – Rain Fire Films has finally unveiled DiscoverGlasgow.org, an HTML5 tourism and events website celebrating the spirit of Glasgow, accessible on computers, tablets, and smartphones. It brings together many sights in Scotland’s biggest city, from the famous to the obscure, and places them under one place.

The new site features large buttons and tabs for use with touchscreen devices, listing the sights under different headings. Want to find all of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s buildings? Or Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s? Perhaps you want to explore the buildings of the Victorian era? Or see what modern marvels Glasgow has to offer. Tourists and locals alike will discover a fresh, new Glasgow within the pages, teetering with bite-sized pieces of knowledge and information.

As well as illustrating the sights that Glasgow has to offer through original sterling photography, the new site also has an exclusive events section, detailing where is best to go for certain genres of music, where to find some tasty scran, and where you can see the latest films, theatre shows and art exhibits.

Discover Glasgow also offers tourist information in the palm of your hand, including a checklist of things to do, a translation of some colourful local words and phrases, and even a number of themed walks, such as the locations of the famous Blue Police Boxes, or where various Hollywood blockbusters were filmed.

DiscoverGlasgow.org is now live, so come and discover your Glasgow today.

Email: info@discoverglasgow.org
Twitter: @discoverglasgow