• Aberdeen Transport Guide

    Aberdeen airport alone serves more than three million travelers per year, with buses running 7 days a week and over 6 million trains entering and exiting the station per year.

  • 18th National Curry Week

    Celebrates over 200 Years of Indian Restaurants in the UK & the wonderful diversity of International cuisine in Britain Help raise much-needed funds for the world’s victims of disaster, poor and hungry in a fun positive way and celebrate curry in Britain, with National Curry Week & National Eating In/Out Week 2015. Restaurants, pubs, caterers,…

  • Aberdeen: A must for 2015

    Aberdeen has immense appeal for commerce and leisure visitors. It is studded with outstanding architecture, which celebrates the granite influence, complemented by the Mica in the stone that sparkles like silver in the sunlight. Notable buildings include St. Mark’s Church, the Salvation Army Citadel, the Sherriff Court and Head Post Office, the extension to Marischal…

  • Marischal College, Aberdeen

    The Marischal College

    Holding the second largest granite structure in the world, the Marischal Museum is worth a visit to learn about Scottish prehistory and ethnography.

  • St Machar’s Cathedral

    Steeped in history, a visit to the cathedral is a must for those looking to learn about the history of Old Aberdeen.

  • Duthie Park Winter Gardens

    Discover why Aberdeen City has won the “Britain in Bloom” competition many times.

  • Aberdeen Beach and Harbour

    Aberdeen Harbour and Beach

    Visit the entertainment complex and learn why Aberdeen’s beach has become famous.

  • University of Aberdeen

    The University of Aberdeen

    Explore the traditional, restored buildings in the heart of Aberdeen.

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