John Devlin 13/05/2019. GLASGOW. Weather pic. '''Children enjoy an ice lolly in Stonelaw Woods, Burnside.''Scotland's weather: Glasgow to be hotter than Ibiza this week.'Scotland will bask in glorious sunshine this week as temperatures soar to a balmy 22C in some parts of the country.''Glasgow in particular will enjoy weather warmer than the likes of Ibiza and Barcelona, with Wednesday predicted to be the hottest day of the week.''Edinburgh will also enjoy long spells of sunshine throughout the week, with temperatures reaching a high of 21C on Tuesday, although there will be light to moderate winds.''Craig Snell of the Met Office said:⬝If you are lucky enough to have the week off, Scotland is going to be warm and very sunny this week.''�SIt�"s a huge improvement on what we have had in May so far and will make places in England seem distinctly chilly.⬝''He added: "It is looking like a good chunk of Scotland will see temperatures increase day-on-day this week.''"The sunshine we are seeing today is what we

Scotland’s most loved free attractions revealed in new poll

They say the best things in life are free, so to celebrate those rare free days off you get with your family, a new poll is highlighting the attractions people in Scotland can enjoy – without spending a penny.

With almost half (46 per cent) of parents admitting that they rely on free attractions to keep their children entertained, a new poll commissioned by Premier Inn has revealed Scotland’s ten favourite (in reverse order).

This popular arts centre is now complemented by the V & A.

1. (10th) Dundee Contemporary Arts (Dundee)

This popular arts centre is now complemented by the V & A.
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This much-loved museum and art gallery is only an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

2. (9th) Perth Museum and Art Gallery (Perth)

This much-loved museum and art gallery is only an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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Formerly known as the Floral Hall and Gardens, this jewel in the Highlands is well worth visiting.

3. (8th) Inverness Botanic Gardens (Inverness)

Formerly known as the Floral Hall and Gardens, this jewel in the Highlands is well worth visiting.
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Founded in  the 1880s, the AAG is the main visual arts exhibition space in the city of Aberdeen.

4. (7th) Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums (Aberdeen)

Founded in the 1880s, the AAG is the main visual arts exhibition space in the city of Aberdeen.
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