A Glasgow area has been named on an annual list of the world's coolest neighbourhoods. 

The West End of the city is among four in the UK to feature on global media and hospitality brand, Time Out’s, annual list. 

Times Out asks its international audience to nominate the areas of cities which have the best mix of cutting-edge culture, affordable great food and drink, street life, nightlife and community.

This year, Time Out asked more than 12,000 people.

The West End of Glasgow finished in twentieth place, alongside Leith (Edinburgh) in sixteenth and The Baltic Triangle (Liverpool) in eleventh. 

Grace Beard, Travel Editor at Time Out, said: “What stands out with this year’s Time Out Coolest Neighbourhoods is that, while most of them have seen transformation over recent years, they remain resolutely local-at-heart.

"Exciting new openings across culture, food and drink are bringing in new crowds, but neighbourhood stalwarts – from old pubs to family greengrocers – keep it real. And they’re fun.

"These are places where the city comes to play, be it an all-night party, a spot of urban fishing or a night-time bike ride.

"After a few tumultuous years, it’s heartening to see communities coming together to hang out, support local businesses and have some fun.”

To view the full list, click HERE