Packages in Aberdeen
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Aberdeen Vacation Packages
Aberdeen Vacation Packages
It is an Aberdeenshire and Moray destination that approximately 180,000 people live in.
Aberdeen is located approximately 0.5 miles south of Central Aberdeen and 95 miles northeast of the national capital Edinburgh.
If you're traveling with children in tow, you'll want to set aside a day or two to enjoy some of the area's popular family-friendly attractions. Kids of all ages will love Codonas Amusement Park, Storybook Glen and the Belmont Picturehouse.
Spend a couple of hours admiring the popular botanic gardens in this area. The most frequented options are the Cruickshank Botanic Garden and the Duthie Park Winter Gardens.
For fresh air and relaxation, visit one of the picturesque parklands here. Balmedie Country Park and Hazlehead Park are two of the best selections for those who appreciate nature. You may also like to try Victoria Park and Union Terrace Gardens.
If you need a break from sightseeing, you may like to take some time out to see some of the nearby coastline. Pack some lunch and head on over for a relaxing day outdoors at Balmedie Beach or City Beach, the two most popular spots in the area.
The conservation ecosystems around Aberdeen give visitors an insight into some of the species of flora and fauna that live in the area. Make sure you take a trip to Kirkhill Forest.
Set aside a day or two to explore some of the favored exhibition spaces in the area. Castle Fraser and the Aberdeen Art Gallery offer a range of collections that will be sure to capture your interest. Also worth considering are the Aberdeen Maritime Museum and the Gordon Highlanders Museum.
Clever kids and their parents should see the Satrosphere Science Centre, a science and technology museum in the area.
The Marischal Museum and the Blairs Museum are both excellent places to learn about the history of Aberdeen.
Step back through the ages at some of the carefully preserved heritage sites in Aberdeen. Start your local history tour by heading to the King's College and the equally fascinating the University of Aberdeen. Two other sites popular with photographers are Drum Castle and Craigievar Castle.
Aberdeen is known for its spiritual sites, so take the chance to enjoy the many options. Start with Cathedral of St. Machar and St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral. Two other impressive buildings that are worth a visit are St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral and St Nicholas Church.
Take some time to see Aberdeen's famous tribute and memorial sites, and pause to pay tribute to the lived experiences of Aberdeen's past residents. A lot of people plan a trip to King’s College Chapel and Salvation Army Citadel, because of the compelling stories and events that they pay tribute to. Visitors searching for more memorial sites should have a look at St Machar's Cathedral.
Visitors who are interested in places of learning should arrange a visit to the Robert Gordon University and the Aberdeen College. Each institution has its own interesting history and is an important part of the Aberdeen community.
Aberdeen has a reputation as a great place to shop till you drop, so don't miss a retail fix while you are here. Snap up a sale, splash out on a luxury purchase or enjoy a bit of people-watching. At both King's Links and Academy you will find a wide range of shops to suit all tastes. St. Nicholas Centre and Union Square Shopping Centre are another couple of bustling shopping centers.
Lovers of the arts will find plenty to cheer about at these three popular theaters and performance venues in this area. For a memorable night out, head to Aberdeen Music Hall, the Aberdeen Arts Centre or the His Majesty's Theatre, each of which runs a unique blend of shows.
Accommodation in Aberdeen
If you aren't sure where to stay in Aberdeen, go to our Aberdeen lodging options. There are no less than 86 places to choose from in this much-loved destination.
Beginning at the more upmarket end of the range, you're sure to find a comfortable bed at the Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel, at Garthdee Road, or the Jurys Inn Aberdeen Airport, at Argyll Road, Dyce. Alternatively, if you're after somewhere a bit more economical, you'll find some great deals at the Aberdeen Douglas Hotel, at 43-45 Market Street, or the Rox Hotel, at 17-23 Market Street.