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About Aberdeen

Aberdeen is the third largest city of Scotland. The rolling hills, farmlands, towering mountains, beaches, the coastal region, and the panoramic skies make it one of the most striking cities of Scotland. This seaside destination offers unlimited shopping option, sprawling nightlife, lovely gardens and parks for kids hence making it an ideal destination for the city break. Aberdeen was once a fishing town and has been known as a granite city for long. Today the city has been transformed into a marine wildlife where many water adventures take place along with special boat excursions to watch dolphins and whales in their natural habitat.

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Best Places to visit in Aberdeen

The Silver and gray mines throughout the city give the city a very characteristic view of the city. The city has a huge number of historical sites which has been preserved by the locals. The oldest site is as old as the 16th century. A few sites which you should visit while you are in Aberdeen are St. Machar's Cathedral, The University and King's College of Aberdeen, Brig o'Balgownie: Scotland's Oldest Bridge, The Tolbooth Museum at Castlegate, Duthie Park and David Welch Winter Gardens, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Provost Skene's House, Crathes Castle, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Craigievar Castle, Balmoral Castle and more.

British Airways, KLM, Flybe, Lufthansa, Air France, and various other airlines serve Aberdeen on a regular basis. Book you Aberdeen flights from AlKamilBooking.com. We guarantee a secure transaction, best rates, and hassle-free flight booking process. Book in advance to avail early bird airfares.

Top Attractions in Aberdeen

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Gordon Highlanders Museum
Explore the history of one of the British Army’s most celebrated regiments, the Gordon Highlanders Infantry, which was raised in the late 18th century. The museum features the finest of the regiment’s treasures, special exhibitions and the chance for children to dress up in a Gordon Highlanders uniform. The museum is surrounded by a beautiful and tranquil park, open to visitors and also hosts a shop and a tea room.
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Duthie Park Winter Gardens
Duthir Park is one of the best loved parks in Aberdeen, housing one of the largest covered gardens in Europe. Exotic plants and flowers from both tropical and arid climates can be admired at the Winter Garden, including Britain's largest collection of cacti. Additionally, just outside the covered gardens there is a lovely Japanese garden that commemorates the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Castle Fraser
Travelers who have time to leave Aberdeen for a day trip should head out to Castle Fraser. A magnificent building dating back to 1575, featuring historic furnishings, paintings and embroidery, the impressive Great Hall, and a library filled with family books, as well as concert space, parks, woodland walks, a tea room and a children’s adventure playroom.
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Codona’s Amusement Park
Fun for all ages, Codona’s offers a raft of rides and attractions worthy of the best amusement parks. There is also an indoor entertainment centre available, Sunset Boulevard, and a games and entertainment area called Miami Beach. Both are open year-round.

Popular Airlines to Aberdeen

British Airways

Aberdeen Airport Details

Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ) is located in the center of the city. The airport is the base for Eastern Airways, Flybe, Flybmi, and Loganair. The airport has only one passenger terminal which serves all the scheduled and chartered flights. Apart from that, there are four terminals for the North Sea helicopter operations. It is one of the world’s largest heliports that serves the rigs in the North Sea.