What you did not know about Aberdeen

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Welcome to Aberdeen, Scotland's third most populous city.

It is known as the “Granite city” because there are many buildings built based on this raw material. It is also the educational centre of the north-east as it two big Universities: the University of Aberdeen, founded in 1495, and the Robert Gordon University, which was awarded with the university status in 1992. Besides that, it is a historical city. Come and book one of Aberdeen hotels to let yourself enjoy the comfort of it, and take advantage of what this city has to offer you.

There are plenty of choices, and a little bit of something to each person and taste: Art galleries, gardens, museums, monuments, the AECC (Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre), beaches... And who talks about attractions, talks about accommodation as well. The hotels in Aberdeen will please all your needs. Just choose and enjoy.

You can relax in a sandy beach in the summer or enjoy the winter in the Duthie Park, famous for one of the largest winter gardens in the world and also for much-acclaimed flower beds. It is very beautiful if you want a romantic moment or just take a walk with family. If you are more of the curious type and always ready to explore, visit numerous museums with exciting exhibitions. Good news, the majority is free of charge. Try the Marischal College, the second-largest granite building in the world. Once in the “Granite city”, you cannot miss it. It owns superb anthropological collection, including exhibitions from Egypt, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii and Tibet which will astonish you. In one of your walks, probably you will come face to face with St Nicholas, the biggest parish church in Scotland. If you like, try as well St. Machar’s Cathedral, the striking towers on the West front with sandstone spires from 1518-30. The 16th century wooden ceiling was painted with coats of arms. You must see the Fasque House and visit Dunnottar Castle. The dramatic ruins were chosen by Franco Zeffirelli for his film “Hamlet”. Attractions: Art Gallery collection of 17th-20th century paintings; free.

To end the visit to this city, you can choose to go on a boat trip through the Aberdeen harbor, and enjoy the views.

You will notice that it is a very beautiful historical city. Take care of accommodation, choose from a great variety of hotels Aberdeen to enjoy all of the city!