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Cruises visiting Aberdeen & all Aberdeen cruises for  2020

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Aberdeen is situated on the banks of the rivers Dee and Don on the mid-eastern coast of Scotland, and is its third largest city. It is home to many diverse attractions and has long been famous for its parks, gardens and floral displays, hence its name “Flower of Scotland.” Imagine seeing two million roses, eleven million daffodils and three million crocuses! It is also known as “the Granite City” or “the Silver City” on account of the grey, sometimes sparkling stone used in the older buildings. It is also the Oil Capital of Europe owing to the supply of crude oil in the North Sea.

The city’s top attraction, not surprisingly, is the renowned Winter Gardens at the Duthie Park, home to the amazing Rose Mountain. Visitors can ‘feel’ the city’s civic pride in these magnificent scenes, but more can be learnt by visiting the city’s museums - such as the Marischcal Museum, Provost Ross’s House, Skene’s House, and the Maritime Museum with it hands-on exhibits - and galleries all within walking distance of each other. So just get a city map and go walking.

Head out into the Aberdeenshire countryside and look into Scotland’s Castle Country - Crathes Castle, Craigievar Castle, Castle Fraser, and one of Scotland’s most famous, Dunnottar, a dramatic cliff top ruin south of Stonehaven. Old Aberdeen, north of the city, is by comparison, a very peaceful area with its own beautiful gardens. The Visitor Centre at King’s College - with its distinctive crown tower - provides a fascinating historical background of the area. Visits to St Machar’s Cathedral, Seaton Park, Brig O’Balgownie and the Science and Technology Discovery Centre, are all very rewarding.

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