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Aberdeen, the silver city with the golden sands

Aberdeen, the silver city with the golden sands

Aberdeen is Scotland’s third most important city, located in its northeast region. In 2012, the city was recognised as been the 56th most liveable city in the world. Aberdeen is also one of Britain’s leading business hub.


Visiting Aberdeen is a real delight. Being an ancient settlement where people have lived for over 8000 years, Aberdeen has a rich heritage. You can visit the city during summer in Europe, and make the most of Aberdeen. Discover its coast, where you can take long walks on the beach facing spectacular scenery. If you are a Golf fan, you should know that Aberdeen has about 30 golf courses all within 30 minutes of the city. For shopping and dining, head to Union Street, where you will find restaurants and top quality shops.

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Confused about choosing which train ticket and seating is best for our trip. Never traveled to UK or by train before. Have 8 days to see a lot! Should I get a BritPass or purchase individual train tickets if I'm traveling from Glasgow, to Inverness, to aberdeen, to Perth and finally into Edinburgh for 2 nights. Then I'll (...)

Kim Loseke | 11a aŭgusto 2016 complete | 1 Comments
Does the britrail pass include all the features of the other regional passes? If I buy the BritRail pass does it include all of the features of the other passes? For example, the Freedom Of Scotland pass includes some ferries. If I'm using the BritRail pass, does it also include passage on those same ferries? I haven't (...)

Robyn | 19a januaro 2015 complete | 3 Comments
How do we get from luton airport to bury st edmunds by rail? We will fly from Aberdeen, Scotland to Luton, if that is the best way? Then we want to go to Bury St. Edmunds so what are our choices and the quickest way? Thanks

rick | 28a januaro 2012 complete | 2 Comments
1 day vs 3 day pass versus separate tickets Going to europe for first time: I can't seem to compare (buying separate tickets or a pass) right now as many place to place aren't available. I'm not clear on the 1 day pass in one country and then next option 3 day? I fly into Munich 03 (...)

Kathleen Neumaier | 17a marto 2014 | 3 Comments
Is taking the train a good way to see scotland? also, is there a train station in muirhead? I am going to spend about a week in Scotland. Relatives who have been, told me to rent a car, but I prefer the train. Will I need a car to see some of Scotland, or will the train suffice? Also, I am trying to get to the tiny village of Muirhead (...)

Elizabeth Davis | 30a aprilo 2012 complete | 1 Comments

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