Analysis of protein glycosylation is essential in order to correlate certain disease types with oligosaccharide structures on proteins. Here, a method for the MS characterization of site-specific protein glycosylation is presented. Using asialofetuin and fetuin as model substances, a protocol for glycopeptide dissection was developed based on unspecific proteolysis by Proteinase K. The resulting glycopeptides were then resolved by nanoscale hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-electrospray multistage MS. The early elution range of O-glycopeptides was clearly separated from the late elution range of N-glycopeptides. Glycopeptides were analyzed by ion trap-MS/MS, which revealed fragmentations of glycosidic linkages and some peptide backbone cleavages; MS3 spectra predominantly exhibited cleavages of the peptide backbone and provided essential information on the peptide sequence. The previously reported N- and O-glycan attachment sites of fetuin could be confirmed; moreover using our method, the occupation of a new, additional O-glycosylation site serine 296 was found. In conclusion, this approach appears to be a valuable technique for in-depth analysis of the site-specific N-glycosylation and O-glycosylation of individual glycoproteins.