We've paid a visit to this year's Christmas Markets at St Enoch Square and George Square to find out what this year has in stall for any festive foodies looking to enjoy a day (or night) out filled with mulled wine, festive foods and tasty treats.
The two markets both began in November, The St Enoch Christmas village on the 9th and George Square on the 25th and run until the end of the month (the 23rd for SE and 31st for GS).
Both open Monday through to Wednesday between 10am and 9pm, while on Thursday to Sunday they open slightly later between 10am and 10pm.
As we've already mentioned the first market is at St Enoch and the second (bigger) market is at George Square.
A short walk from both Central Station and the Buchanan Street Underground, St Enoch also has its own underground station meaning you are delivered right into the centre of the market from the Clockwork Orange.
Once you get to St Enoch, a walk up Buchanan Street and along Vincent Street takes you to George Square. Smack bang in the centre of the city, it's easily accessible by bus, train (Queen Street Station) and Buchanan Street Underground.
There are plenty of places to park in town at night but during the day it's probably better to just get the underground, bus or train into the city centre to enjoy the full experience.
Should you still want to drive, the St Enoch car park is fairly priced and sits behind the centre itself and the Christmas Market in St Enoch Square.
Prices are fairly decent for this type of market but are slightly more expensive than your average take out, so expect to pay around £5 for a burger, £2-3 for a hot drink, £3-4 for Glühwein (mulled wine) and £5 for a pint of beer - if you are having a drink they do 2 pint steins for £10 (plus a £5 deposit for the glass).
This year, they have really gone all out with food and drink and as well as your traditional German sausage stalls and Glühwein there are plenty of exciting options to check out.
(Get it at: Papas)
It wouldn't be a Glasgow Christmas Market without a bit of tongue in cheek fun and at Papas you can find a mulled version of the tonic wine (£4.50) side by side with the more traditional mulled wine (£5.99).
(Get them at: Halloumi Fries)
We are assured that you can't get these at any of the Edinburgh markets and this hot trending food is fast becoming a Glasgow favourite.
Enjoy them with single toppings ranging from curry sauce, gravy and cheese (£4) or double up (£5).
(Get it at: Veg & Vegan Street Food)
This year sees the first real attempt at a genuine vegan and veggie stall, and this place is quality. Coast Coffee from Dunoon have brought their hugely popular Haggis Bon Bons (£4.50), Veg Pakora (£5) and Loaded Fries - including vegan poutine - (£4-5) to Glasgow.
With no less than six variants of everybody's favourite comfort food this is the place to go this festive season for some warming Mac and Cheese.
(Get it at: Pigs in Blankets)
Thee best part about Christmas by a country mile has to be the pigs in blankets and this stand had our mouth watering the moment we saw what they had on offer.
Cooked over an open grill, you can enjoy a giant version in a roll with gravy (£6) and if you're looking for us, that's where we will be.
(Get it at: EarthWorm Kitchen)
The Buble Burger (£7) is another excellent vegetarian option and the people we spoke to who had tried it raved about it. Christmas Dinner on a roll.
(Get them at: The Makar Gin Stall)
(Get them at: the Snowdonia Cheese Stall)
The cheese stalls are always some of the most popular at the festive markets and this year, Snowdonia have created these balls of cheddar cheese (£6) in festive packaging that are perfect gifts for the cheese lover in your life.
You can also get other flavours including a whisky soaked Laphroaig cheese.
(Get them at: The Roast Wrap Co.)
Get a roast Yorkshire pudding wrap with pork, turkey (£7) orbeef (£8) at this inventive stall that also offers a sweet version with Nutella and golden syrup.
(Get them at: One 10)
Those looking for pizza should definitely check out One 10, we can't recommend the haggis pizza enough but the real star of the show is the Nutella and Marshmallow Calzone.
(Get them at: Jacks Food Truck)
Combining Southern American Cuisine with street food cool, Jacks have created these fun cones are absolutely delicious and perfect for eating on the go.
Glasgow Christmas Market is a free entry event and doesn't require tickets.
However, visitors do need to buy tickets for the rides and attractions, including the Santa's Grotto and the Big Wheel.