Scotland's 'Granite City' has a great range of attractions for visitors to enjoy
Sitting between the mouths of the rivers Dee and Don with a long sandy beach in between, Aberdeen has a beautiful outlook and the city itself offers a great mix of museums, galleries, architecture, green spaces and an eclectic assortment of eateries.
Affectionately named the 'Granite City' or the 'silver city with the golden sands' after its locally-quarried building materials, Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city. It offers a warm welcome and a good number of indoor and outdoor attractions for visitors to enjoy at any time of year.
Our guests often visit Aberdeen as part of a longer road-trip around the North-East coast of Scotland, although some linger longer, selecting it as a destination for their city break.