About Aberdeen

An Insider's Guide to Aberdeen is available for your perusal. The guide includes practical information (emergency numbers, taxi and bus information etc.), restaurant / cafe listings, things to see and do, and a local map. This is a great guide to have with you if you wish to discover Aberdeen, click here to download as a PDF and save it to your device!


The official Aberdeen app puts at your fingertips all that the city and surrounding area has to offer and much more!
Available for iOS and Android devices.


Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest city and Europe’s energy capital - a place with historic charm, a thriving economy and cosmopolitan community of some 220,000 people. 

It is rich in history from its maritime past of boat building and fishing industries, nowadays modernised with the growth of the oil and gas industries. Amongst museums, theatres and shopping venues, you will find something to suit everyone in this diverse multi-national city.

A coastline of spectacular beaches and dunes stretch north of the city, while nearby to the west lies Royal Deeside, home to some of the most beautiful countryside in Scotland and the eastern gateway to the mountainous Cairngorms National Park.




Aberdeen caters to all cultural, leisure and entertainment tastes.

The city regularly attracts national and international artists and boasts 3 cinema multiplexes, a maritime museum and first-class sports facilities.
Aberdeen is the educational centre for the north-east of Scotland. The University of Aberdeen has been at the forefront of teaching and learning since 1495. The 'global university of the north' is committed to excellence.

You can find more information about Aberdeen by downloading the Aberdeen App or viewing a video about the city here.

 



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