Aberdeen’s famous ‘Granite Mile’, Union Street, is the gateway to over 800 shops, restaurants and bars. Visitors can relax in lovely flower-filled parks. Aberdeen has been the winner of “Britain in Bloom” for an impressive number of 133 times.
Best of all, the city has its own golden sandy beach.
The city centre features the opulent Marischal College and the colonnaded art galleries with its fine collections, which have been preserved as museums.
Union Street continues west to the cosmopolitan West End, where much of the city’s nightlife can be found.
To the south, the harbour heaves with boats serving the both, the oil and fishing industries. To the north of the City Centre lies the attractive Old Aberdeen, a village neighbourhood presided over by Kings College and St. Machar Cathedral, mostly influenced by the large student population.
Aberdeen’s long beach, with its esplanade development, marks the city’s eastern border, only about a mile from the city centre.
The city has fantastic shopping facilities including the Bon Accord & St Nicholas centre, Trinity Shopping Mall, as well as The Academy and Union Square, which boasts over 70 stores and restaurants, including a 10 screen cinema.
Aberdeenshire has a stunning coastline with spectacular sandy beaches and picturesque fishing villages. Inland is fertile, peaceful farmland rising to the moors and finally the foothills of the Cairngorms.
It’s beating heart is the thriving city of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen International Airport
Located less than 10 minutes from Nia Roo id the Aberdeen Airport with daily flights to London and most major UK airports as well as over 26 destinations in Europe.