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Aberdeen is a port city in northeast Scotland, where the North Sea crosses the Dee and Don rivers. The region is home to a foreign community, with an offshore petroleum industry. It is also known as the 'Granite City' because of its numerous enduring grey-stone buildings. Marischal College in the 19th century is a traditional-a grand Gothic landmark that is now the City Council's headquarters.
Aberdeen shire stretches from "one of the last great places on earth" (the Cairngorms) to "one of the most famous coastlines in the country." According to National Geographic. And the Scotsman (one of Scotland's major newspapers) calls his town Aberdeen - where ships dock right in front of the streets and dolphins in the busy North Sea harbor - "one of the most architecturally distinguishing
Beyond the city of Aberdeen, you can find the surrounding region of Aberdeenshire, which is made up of some of the most renowned towns and villages in Scotland - famous film, historic significance, royalty and inspiration for many storytellers over the centuries. If you're going for the Banffshire Coast along the Aberdeenshire coast, or have your sights set on the majestic Royal Deeside.
Aberdeen is a city with two Old Cities, and not one. Old Aberdeen is where Aberdeen's first university was established in 1495, with its cobbled streets, mature trees and a fortified cathedral dating back to the 15th century. And Footdee-locally is known as Fittie-is a quirky fishing quarter at the edge of the lake, with squares of small cottages and brightly painted outhouses.
Known as a sea town and with the proximity of the city to the coast, today our coastal and maritime heritage continues to play an important role. Ships dock down streets in the city center, and fresh seafood is still imported every day from our two rivers and neighboring fishing harbors along the way.
Our world-renowned Aberdeen Angus beef is highly regarded. The rich traditional shortbread from Dean's is made in Huntly. And Ellon is home to craft beer pioneers just north of Aberdeen, Brew Dog Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are renowned for the nature and size of the arable land and the fertile pastures. We are known for our fresh seafood including the affectionately called silver darlings who land each day
There's plenty to keep you occupied when the lights fall down in town here. Aberdeen's vibrant nightlife has plenty of choices for those looking for something that's trendy, unique or pleasant. There is also a common club scene with eight different clubs covering a wide range of music and themes to R&B and dance from the 80s and 90s.
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It was a great rental experience thanx! The guys at Dollar was exceptionally friendly and gave me a super nice car, really more than I expected! Please be so kind as to indicate on the confirmation letter where these various car rental companies stop with their Shuttles at LHR Airport Terminals. It’s always a mission to find the Numbers of the BusStops relating to the company. If it’s the HotelHoppa bus, please indicate accordingly as his bus takes longer and costs £5 (cash only!!)