Located in the North East of Scotland, Aberdeen is also known as City of Granite.
It is the third most important city in Scotland after Edinburg and Glasgow. It is a coastal city with a surface area of 95 square kilometres and nearly 250.000 inhabitants, most of whom are well educated.
Aberdeen places great importance on architecture, with granite playing a great role in the construction of buildings. Granite is also the distinguishing feature of historic buildings and streets. In some of the streets there are even monumental sculptures made of granite.
The city is famous for its natural beauty along with its granite structures. You will feel yourself in the world of fairy tales at each step from your first moment onwards. In some parts of the city, there are many colourful flowers with fascinating fragrance. You will be amazed by these fresh scents while walking through the streets of Aberdeen, especially in the Union Terrace Garden and Johnston Garden, which are definitely worth visiting.
Summer will be an excellent choice to visit Aberdeen because it is the festival season. There are jazz and classical music, theatre, and dance festivals held in the city. Aberdeen is particularly appealing during its festivals that give the city a different mood.
With its outstanding beauty, Aberdeen will definitely offer you a memorable trip experience. By the way, don’t forget to enrich your pleasurable moments by stopping by Belmon Street for a drink. We are sure that you will love it.