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Printable maps of Aberdeen

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Aberdeen

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Aberdeen with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Aberdeen area

This Aberdeen map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Aberdeen and surroundings

Great Britain - moving around the country

The air transport network in Great Britain is simply superb. In total, about 450 airports operate in the country. Some of them are used not only for passenger transportation but also for freight. The main airports serve domestic and international flights. Heathrow Airport is the largest air harbor in the country. It is located twenty kilometers from London. It has no equal on the territory of the kingdom. Heathrow holds a decent 4th place in the world. There are five terminals at the airport. Everything there is arranged for the comfortable rest of passengers, including bank offices, cafes and restaurants, various shops, lounges, business centers and baby care rooms. You can get to the city by bus or by train. You can also book a transfer and a taxi in advance, or rent a car. … Open

Nature and parks of Great Britain

Yorkshire Dales National Park is 80 kilometers north of Manchester in Yorkshire. It is very popular among tourists. Annually, it is visited by more than 8 million people. The park has hiking trails. There are several small villages and charming towns on its territory. Tourists will be interested in strolling or cycling along one of the special trails. The longest one stretches for 429 kilometers. You can also enjoy horseback riding in the neighborhoods or visiting the cave system. Most of the area of ​​the park is covered by plains, where you can see herds of goats and sheep grazing. The park also hosts several major historical attractions. One of them is Bolton Castle, which is famous and popular among tourists. In addition to it, you can visit the waterfalls of Aysgarth, Kotli Spout, and the railway viaduct. There are only 2 national parks on the territory of Scotland - Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and Cairngorms. Loch Lomond features a huge number of mountain peaks. The highest of them is Ben Moore with a height of 1174 meters above sea level. The park has the longest walking trail in Scotland, the Great Path. There are many historical sights and ruins of castles along this trail. During the walk, it is worth to visit the castles of Bulloch and Carrick, built in the 15th century. Those who want to stay for the night will be able to spend time in a hostel set in a very impressive old building. Another attraction of Scotland is Loch Ness. It became known due to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster, which was seen repeatedly by local residents. On the shore of the lake, there is a museum dedicated to this legend. … Open

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Our guide to Aberdeen

Aberdeen sightseeing

Aberdeen is often called the city of granite, greenery and marine docks. This is a famous port city and an industrial region. In the 19th century Aberdeen was famous for its granite deposits. This is the reason why the majority of ancient buildings and statues in this city are made of this material. Moreover, Aberdeen in a famous university center as here is located the oldest Royal Medical College in the UK and … Open

Cultural excursion through Aberdeen - things to see

Despite the fact that Aberdeen has the status of an industrial city, it is annually visited by numerous travelers. A simple walk through the city will bring in a real pleasure, because its territory is simply full of many interesting and old sights. Aberdeen University is situated near the center of the city. The university was founded in 1860. Previously a college was built on the territory of the modern university. … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Aberdeen's main dish is an uncomplicated rowie - a butter pie, something in between a pancake and a croissant, which is smeared with jam or butter. In the old days, the rowie served as a good feed for local fishermen, who spent many hours at sea. Today, this snack can be found in any cafe and restaurant, as well as in bakeries and supermarkets. In the rest, the kitchen of Aberdeen is not much different from the … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

Meat dishes make up the basis of the menu of local restaurants devoted to the national cuisine. Many dishes here are cooked on an open fire. Scottish cuisine is reminiscent of the traditional English cuisine. Here are also popular such dishes as puddings and porridge. While visiting local restaurants make sure you try chicken in a pot and beef cooked in beer - these dishes are considered local delicacies. Restaurants … Open

Traditions and mentality of Aberdeen

Local people are very calm and polite. They are distinguished by modesty and respect for family. Oddly enough, but when dealing with local residents it’s recommended to talk less. Too "talkative" companion can be simply considered rude. The natives are distinguished by punctual and scrupulous approach to any matter, so any sign of negligence causes a feeling of contempt. Local residents have always been … Open

Travel guide to Aberdeen

One of the notable places of attraction is Provost Skene’s House. This house was built in 1545, belonging to one of Lord Provosts – Sir George Skene. The name of famous owner is used by this historic monument to this day. In the early 20th century the historic building was to be demolished, but the locals had come out to its defense. In 1953 it was restored and a museum of local lure was opened inside this … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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