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The cities of Scotland are diverse and have a wealth of activities for all visitors, none more so than Dundee. Dundee is the fourth largest city in Scotland with a population of 142,000 as of 2005. Located on the Firth of Tay in the region named Tayside after the river, Dundee’s industry and economy has been based around the waters for some time but that is not to say that visitors to the area cannot enjoy it because there is plenty to see and do.

Dundee is a magical area of Scotland that as been inhabited for over 2000 years. As such, it has a rich cultural and historical tapestry that any visitor can fully appreciate. With award winning tourist attractions sharing space with breathtaking scenery, everyone can combine the attractions that suit them with a slice of the Scottish lifestyle for a few days.

Dundee travel

Dundee is the home of the romantic Glamis Castle, the spectacular and rugged Highland Glens and Victorian markets. There are also world class leisure facilities, such as golf courses, hiking trails and healthy fishing areas. However, it is the wealth of festivals and events that may surprise you. With the Dundee Flower Show the Arbroath Seafest and the Real Ale Festival all accessible in Dundee, you cannot help but fall in love with the area.

If the wealth of festivals and cultural events is not enough to give you a taste of Dundee then the traditional foods available at cafes and restaurants will. There are also international eating out options. Accommodation is also abundant and features options to suit any budget but you will need to book in advance during festival weeks to guarantee your room. If you need to know any more about Dundee or want to explore further then download the full eguide here.


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