RTE 1 The city of Glasgow is one of Scotland’s most well-known food destinations, home to many of Scotland ‘s best-known restaurants, cafes and restaurants.

But now, it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, making it the latest Scottish city to be placed on the World Heritage List.

RTE 2 It is a city that has become a destination for visitors from all over the world, and it has become one of the first European cities to be included on the list.

Glasgow is also home to the iconic and famous Celtic cross, which has become an iconic symbol of Scottish culture.

Food and drink are popular attractions on the city’s iconic streets and shopping centres, but visitors also enjoy the delicious food from around the world.

There are some restaurants and shops that have been given the honour of being on the UNESCO World Tourism Ranking of Best Places to Eat, Live and Visit Scotland.

Amongst the notable places are Glasgow’s famed Celtic cross restaurant, which is voted the best in the country for the past four years, and The Golden Bower, a Scottish gastronomic hotspot that boasts some of the best food in the world and the largest collection of Scottish food in Europe.

The list has been compiled by experts and based on recommendations from the UK Tourism Authority, and includes over 1,000 sites across Scotland and around the globe.

The UNESCO World Tourist Ranking is based on the recommendation of experts in over 30 countries around the World, and was established in 2000.

The ranking is based upon three factors: the quality of the environment, the food, and the hospitality provided by visitors.

The top five sites are based on four criteria: the availability of a wide range of cultural and culinary experiences, the accessibility of transport and accommodation, and how the site was created.

The UNESCO Tourism Authority (UNTA) is an international organization dedicated to promoting, promoting and protecting the cultural and recreational activities of the world’s peoples.

The mission of UNESCO is to promote and protect the human rights and freedoms of all peoples and communities in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Universal Geneva Convention on Human Rights.

For more information on the world tourism ranking visit www.unttourism.org or call +44 (0) 6247-0111.