With a population of around 600,000, Glasgow is a thriving city on the River Clyde in Scotland’s western Lowlands. It may be well-known for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture but what it might not be famed for is its pests.
Like all large cities, Glasgow has been known to have something of a pest issue – particularly around the commercial areas of the top tourist destination.
But like other hotspots of its size, Glasgow does its very best to keep on top of the problem by maintaining a clean city that’s more than fit for the daily influx of tourists. Continue reading