Things to see and do - Aberdeen
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Aberdeen Travel guide
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Facing the North Sea, the “Granite City” is a major fishing port and the petro-capital of Europe. The pleasant streets of its centre are lively with businessmen, students, seafarers and tourists, who can alleviate the overall impression of greyness by strolling in its parks or along its beach. Aberdeen is also at the end of the Dee Valley, with its many castles awaiting discovery by those heading inland towards whisky country.
Tourist attractions Aberdeen : Things to see and do
A93 GB - Banchory AB31 5QJ
The lifetime work of Sir James and Lady Burnett, these gardens combine a wide variety of forms, colours and scents. Yew hedges dating from 1702 separate the predominantly red and yellow Pool Garden from the two formal French gardens, the Fountain (sh..
GB - Aberdeen AB23
This handsome market cross, adorned with a unicorn, frieze, medallion portraits and coats of arms, dates from 1686. It stands at the old centre of the town where all public punishments and proclamations took place. Its name is a reminder that in the ..
Schoolhill GB - Aberdeen AB10 1FQ
In a pink and grey granite building by AM Mackenzie, this collection focuses on contemporary works, as well as examples by local artists including William Dyce (a precursor of the Pre-Raphaelites) and William McTaggart (whose style is evocative of th..
Stirling Street GB - Aberdeen AB11 6JU
Carmelite is a boutique hotel with free Wi-Fi in public areas, set amongst the nightlife of Aberdeen’s centre. It has a stylish bar and restaurant with relaxing sofas, cocktails and a creative menu. There are shops, a casino and theatre within 50 m..
Guild Street GB - Aberdeen AB11 6NF
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Baronial style and awe-inspiring turrets on the outside. Inside: modern bedrooms and a brand new, informal yet elegant restaurant and wine bar. It is Soprano’s aim to be the finest hotel in the city – vibrant, stylish, really friendly and with excep..
43-45 Market Street GB - Aberdeen AB11 5EL
Close to the train and bus stations, Aberdeen Douglas Hotel has a central location, comfortable bedrooms and a free Wi-Fi internet connection. Built in 1856, the Douglas Hotel is one of Aberdeen's oldest hotels, making it a much loved and well ap..
Pocra Quay, North Pier GB - Aberdeen AB11 5DQ
Attractively set at the port entrance, on the top floor of the castellated former customs house. Floor to ceiling windows make the most of the superb view. Neatly presented, classical dishes; excellent quality seafood is a highlight.
106-108 Forest Ave GB - Aberdeen AB15 4UP
Bright, refreshing neighbourhood restaurant set opposite the Rendezvous Gallery. All-day menus offer plenty of choice, with cooking influenced by the Mediterranean and in particular, Turkey. Banquet meals are a highlight. Cheerful service.
51 Huntly St GB - Aberdeen AB10 1TH
Popular Japanese restaurant with a name meaning 'joyous bliss'; C is for chef and J is for Jang, who takes on that role. Flavourful, authentic, good value Japanese and Korean dishes; try one of the sizzling platters or a Korean pot dish.
53 Langstane Pl GB - Aberdeen AB11 6EN
Atmospheric Japanese restaurant in the style of a laid-back izakaya. The ground floor has a wooden counter and a robata grill; upstairs is airy and intimate. Menus offer tasty, authentic dishes - the sushi, sashimi and maki are highlights.
10 North Silver St GB - Aberdeen AB10 1RL
Modernised granite townhouse featuring an airy bar with striking lime green furniture and a more intimate mezzanine restaurant. Grazing and grills at lunch and in the bar in the evening; concise set price dinners in the restaurant.
52-60 Langstane Pl. GB - Aberdeen AB11 6EN