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Aberdeen is one of the oldest and most historical cities in Scotland. Established in the 12th Century as a fishing town, its position on the River Don in the Grampian region was vital to its development and growth. Today, over 210,000 people live in Aberdeen and tourism is booming, but what can the Silver City offer you?

 

 


Aberdeen is widely known as the “Flower of Scotland” as a direct result of its outstanding natural beauty. With amazing parks, gardens and natural countryside a little way away from the city, it is a sight to behold. Official figures report the existence of 11 million daffodils, 3 million crocuses and 2 million roses in Aberdeenshire, which should give an insight into just how much work goes into maintaining the natural beauty. Visiting the stunning Winter Gardens at Duthie Park will enable every visitor to experience it first hand.

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The city of Aberdeen itself is full of beautiful architecture, amazing history and modern activities, thus catering for the needs and wants of every visitor. From the Marischal Museum and Aberdeen Maritime Museum to St Machar’s Cathedral to the Music Hall to the theatres, there really is something for everyone.

Eating out in Aberdeen is a delight. With cafes, restaurants and various cuisine on offer, delicious dishes are readily available at a range of prices. Accommodation is also available at a range of prices, with hotels, motels, hostels, bed and breakfast facilities and rented apartments all present in the city.

For full details of what Aberdeen can offer and everything you need to know, please download the full guide here.

 

 
 
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