Aberdeen City

Aberdeen City Centre

The vibrant city life scene of Aberdeen (known as the Granite City for its magnificent grey slate buildings that dominate the skyline), mixed with the more tranquil beauty spots and hideaways in the surrounding towns and villages of Aberdeenshire makes this part of Scotland the perfect place to combine a city centre break with a relaxing (or exhilarating!) get away from it all short break.

Explore Aberdeen's shopping, art galleries, museums, nightlife and fancy restaurants and The Shire's tranquil beaches, beautiful golf courses, woodland walks, colourful gardens, quaint villages and action packed outdoor activities, you'll never have time to fit it all in.

 

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Old Aberdeen

Old Aberdeen is well worth a visit for its ancient architecture, atmospheric cobbled streets, unique shops and eateries

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Aberdeen City

Aberdeen is Scotland's 3rd largest city and is fondly known as the 'Granite City' or Silver City with the Goldens Sands' for its majestic silver/grey buildings that adorn the city and the city's coastline. It is also known as the 'Oil Capital of Europe' and the 'Dallas of Britain' for its North Sea oil - one of Scotland's great assets.

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Merchant Quarter

An eclectic mix of shopping, bars and entertainment venues situated in the heart of Aberdeen, just off Union Street.

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