Unmissable tourist sites
Dundee Travel guide
Dundee : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the north bank of the River Tay, Dundee has long been a flourishing town; its 19C prosperity was due to the three “j's”; jam, jute, and journalism. Until the First World War, the city was the principal British whaling port, and its current harbour remains busy. Scotland’s fourth city is the seat of a university and a technology hub. A printer, James Chalmers, invented the adhesive postage stamp in Dundee in 1834.
Tourist attractions Dundee : Things to see and do
Albert Square GB - Dundee DD1 1DA
On the ground floor of an extremely beautiful Victorian building designed by George Gilbert Scott , this museum relates the activities that made Dundee town prosperous in the 19th and 20th Century. Upstairs, in the sumptuous Albert Hall , you can ..
Nethergate GB - Dundee DD1
This is the oldest building in Dundee and the only relic of the original parish church of the 14th and 15th C. St Mary's is adorned with some beautiful stained-glass windows by Burnes-Jones and Morris , as well as a beautiful scene in the southern..
Crichton Street GB - Dundee DD1
This bridge, opened in 1966, two years after its equivalent over the River Forth. It measured 2 250m in length, had 42 spans, and two channels on either side of the central track especially for pedestrians. These walkways had look-out points along th..
Riverside Drive GB - Dundee DD1 4XA
Prix Prices from : 62 £
Positioned on the waterfront, Premier Inn Dundee Centre is less than a minutes' walk from Dundee rail Station and only half a mile from the city centre. A 24-hour reception and free parking are also featured. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier..
160 Nethergate GB - Dundee DD1 4DU
Relax like royalty at BEST WESTERN Queens Hotel! Built in 1878, Dundee's most prestigious privately owned hotel has all the hallmarks of a quality residence, with a fantastic location to match. Ideally situated for golf, with Saint Andrews and Carnou..
152-158 WEST MARKETGAIT GB - Dundee (Angus) DD1 1NJ
Places to go:, verdant works - 0.25 miles, sensations - 0.50 miles, discovery point - 0.75 miles, glamis castle - 17 miles
11 Tay Sq, South Tay St. GB - Dundee DD1 1PB
Smart, modern bar and restaurant in an imposing grey-stone building dating back to the 1800s. Seasonal menus offer modern interpretations of classical dishes and everything from the bread to ice cream is made in-house. Great value lunch.
Kingsway West GB - Dundee DD2 5JT
Boasting pleasant rural views, a light, bright conservatory in a well-located country house. Menus mix simple comfort food and skilfully prepared, more adventurous dishes. Carvery on Sundays.
1 West Victoria Dock Rd GB - Dundee DD1 3JP
Popular brasserie set in a contemporary waterfront hotel, boasting comfy banquette booths and pleasant views across the quay. Long-standing chef offers a modern, seasonal, grill-based menu.