The IORR Travel Guide
The Rolling Stones European Tour 2003
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Nearest big city
How to get to the city
Fly, TRain, Drive
How to get to the venue
The venue SEEC can be reached by very short train journey from Glasgow
central railway station.
Meeting place for fans
central railway station is in the heart of the city centre and numerous bars/restaurants are close at
hand. I would suggest the "Horse Shoe bar" Dury Street as a good meeting place for stones fans,this is a traditional and large
Scottish pub,it is two minutes walk from central station, head north in Renfield street,Drury street is a lane to the left
passed Nobles amusement arcade. Overall the city is safe and friendly,like anywhere else these days it has its drug problem
and this brings associated worries, ie street crime, visitors should be aware but not unduly stressed.
As ever prices of
food/drink will vary depending on the place visited, during the day various pubs will have offers, two for one, happy hour etc.
The Solid Rock Cafe will be playing non-stop Stones over the three days. It
is a bar that does food and is handy for the SECC. It is at the bottom end
of Hope Street across the street from Central Station. The Horseshoe is a
good pub but always very busy. Lots of bars in Glasgow and food to suit
every pocket. Plenty museums, etc., for culture vultures. If only here a
few days best stick to city centre, merchant city and west end (and all
points between} unless specific reason to go elsewhere. Lots of great places
in rest of city, but best if you have local knowledge. Due to licencing
laws, post gig parties best in club - possibly Cathouse.