Please Note: We are committed to providing all registrants with an excellent conference experience. While current circumstances may provide logistical challenges when considering conference travel, based on current information we look forward to ICN2022 as a face-to-face meeting. If this is not possible, the conference format will be adapted accordingly.
ICN22 is pleased to offer delegates a variety of tours to participate in during the Congress. All tours will take place on the afternoon of Monday 8 August. Additional purchase required during the registration process.
Glasgow Street Art Tour
On this 1.5 hour walk there’s no cathedrals, grand buildings or monuments, you will experience the real Glasgow. You’ll meander down alleys and under bridges to uncover some of the city’s most beautiful pieces of art that are taking over the walls by storm. All with a local, expert guide.
From world-renowned heroes to local artists you’ll hear the stories and inspiration behind each piece whilst learning about how the art scene in Glasgow has developed dramatically over the last decade and beyond.
Not only that, you will also hear about modern life in the city today, it’s nightlife, creative industries and much more. The vibrancy of Glasgow is just waiting to be explored and is something you shouldn’t miss out on during your trip to this cultural powerhouse.
Glasgow City Centre Walking Tour
The friendliest city in the world, Glasgow has a turbulent history that has shaped it into the vibrant city you see today. Join us for an authentic insight into modern life throughout the city and spot little-known treasures along the way!
Explore key sights in Glasgow City Centre, with an expert, local guide on a 1.5 hour tour. You will be immersed in the sights and sounds of the city as you travel back centuries to discover Glasgow’s dark and unique history: from cathedrals to street art, cities of the dead to Dr Who, there is something for everyone on this city centre tour!
The tour includes a visit to:
- George Square
- Glasgow Cathedral & Necropolis
- Iconic Street Art
- The Duke of Wellington (and hopefully the cone on his head!)
And many hidden treasures you wouldn’t find by yourself!
Loch Lomond Boat Tour
Take a circular boat tour of Loch Lomond from Balloch. You will enjoy views of the magnificent Ben Lomond and pass a number of Loch Lomond’s stately homes and castles along the shoreline, and venture out towards Inchmurrin Island, the largest of Loch Lomond’s 33 islands and home to the ancient remains of Lennox Castle, which in the 14th century sheltered a fugitive Robert the Bruce before he was to become King of Scotland.
Clydeside Distillery Tour
Enjoy a tour of Glasgow’s own Clydeside Distillery. Whisky runs through the city’s industrial heritage like the River Clyde itself. Which is why our gleaming new Single Malt Scotch Whisky distillery at the old Queens Dock has a touch of the inevitable about it.
Explore the Dockside Story and how we handcraft our spirit by using traditional methods. Experience the development of the Clydeside spirit, starting with our new make, followed by two whiskies that have each matured in first-fill bourbon casks and first-fill sherry butts
Stirling Castle Tour
Explore Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s most magnificent castles. You can take in the views of the beautiful surrounding countryside from inside and understand why this castle was so instrumental in Scottish history.
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