Paisley is the largest town in Scotland, located just a few miles from Glasgow on the banks of the White Cart Water.
Once a quiet market town, Paisley was transformed into an international hub for textile design and production during the Industrial Revolution. In the present day, Paisley is a vibrant town with a lively music and entertainment scene alongside a great selection of shops, museums and attractions combined with excellent travel connections across Scotland and its own international airport.
Although most famous for its textiles, Paisley was also home to a number of other industries including food manufacturers - marmalade, cornflour, mayonnaise, baby food and soup have all be made in the town.
Top attractions include Paisley Abbey, Coats Observatory, Thomas Coats Memorial Church and Gleniffer Braes Country Park.
Please follow this link for a Paisley city centre map.