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This sizeable outdoor store in the centre of Brodick is a top spot to stock up on hiking or camping gear.
Stop by this place near the castle to stock up on the famed local varieties of cheese. There are free samples and you can watch them make the stuff.
This little shop sells delicious artisanal chocolates. From the boutique, you can peer through a window and watch the alchemy at work.
A mile from Brodick on the Lochranza road, this is one of Scotland's more successful island businesses; its soaps, gels and perfumes are found nationwide. The shop smells particularly good.
This cute place is one of Glasgow's best destinations for vintage clothing, with a great selection of brands like Fred Perry, as well as more glam choices, on offer.
This small indie record shop has a carefully curated selection of alternative and experimental rock, punk, reggae, soul and jazz...
This sizeable, ugly glass-roofed centre bookends the southern boundary of Glasgow's shopping mile. Among its many shops is a branch of Hamley's, the historic London toy store.
This city-centre venue is your stop for all green-and-white footballing gear and Celtic memorabilia.
This splendid historic arcade doglegs between Buchanan and Argyle Sts. It's quite a sight with its end-to-end jewellery and watch shops. Top-hatted doorpeople greet nervously excited couples shopping for diamond rings.
This workshop space for artists and designers in the heart of the Barras market area has pepped up the area...
At Glasgow’s legendary weekend flea market, the Barras on Gallowgate, cheap tat rules the roost these days. But it’s still an intriguing stroll, as much for the assortment of local characters as what's on offer...
With great views over a grassy sward to the sea beyond, this hillside complex has a shop of high-quality woollen and leather clothing and accessories – a good place for a gift for somebody back home – and a pottery w...
Set in a magnificent 1841 renovated square with elaborate ironwork and an exuberant metal leaf-and-peacock facade...
This upbeat shop is a top spot to hire or buy kilts both traditional and modern, as well as other tartan wear and a range of T-shirts and other accessories. Always worth a look.
This excellent basement wine shop has some very interesting choices, as well as a nice line in whiskies and gins.
The piper has called the tune, and now you want to take them up yourself. This bagpipe shop selling finely crafted masterpieces, as well as cheaper practice pipes, is the place to come.
An independent record shop that stocks a good selection of vinyl and has regular in-store performances. It covers all bases but is strongest on rock, alternative and punk, with lots of Scottish bands featured.
This friendly, no-frills outdoor shop up the side of Queen Street station is an excellent place to buy hiking boots, backpacks and military surplus gear.
A major bookshop that also sells guidebooks and street maps of Glasgow. There's a cafe here too.
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