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A sweeping landscape of castles, rolling hills, majestic mountains and fascinating heritage awaits you in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen sits on the eastern shore of Scotland, and is one of its largest cities. This Royal Burgh status city is awash with culture and a fascinating past that begs to be explored. From the century old distilleries producing the world’s finest whiskey, to the grandiose stone castles located in the surrounding countryside, Aberdeen holidays stir up a deep fascination in anyone that visits.
Despite having one of the largest populations of any Scottish city, parts of Aberdeen can feel like you are staying in a small village. For more secluded hotels, choose one of Aberdeen’s peaceful suburbs like Bieldside and wind down amidst the serenity of the place.
The city centre, especially around the ‘Granite Mile’, provides some top local hotels to stay in during your Aberdeen holiday. This area offers easy access to a huge number of bars, restaurants and popular attractions, as well as being within walking distance from Aberdeen central train station.
With fantastic transport links, Aberdeen boasts an excellent airport, rail and bus system; making it easily accessible to visitors. This particularly suits those with children and makes travel around the city stress-free. Kids will love the range of activities on offer in Scotland, , from pretending to be a knight in one of the many picturesque Scottish castles to visiting the fascinating Macduff Aquarium.
A holiday to Aberdeen is perfect for visitors interested in the great city’s captivating past. Re-live the time of highland battles on Scotland’s moors and stand in some of Britain’s grandest old homes. Not only is there plenty of architecture to view in the city centre, but just outside the countryside opens up into a rugged terrain of peaks and windswept greenery. Ideal for couples seeking stunning countryside to explore; Aberdeen offers up a breath of fresh highland air and bracing mountain trails for discovery.
Aberdeen, like most of Scotland, has cold winters that leave the land covered in glistening white snow – perfect for a visit to a ski centre. Summers, however can bring much warmer conditions, making it a great time to visit the city.
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