Attractions,and,Accommodation, travel,insurance Attractions and Accommodation in Aberdeen
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Aberdeen is situated in the North East of Scotland and it has flourished thanks to the discovery of Oil in the North Sea. That has brought a lot of business to Aberdeen and the area is becoming a popular commercial and tourist area.TransportThere is an airport in Aberdeen, situated to the north of the city in Dyce about a 10 minute drive from the city centre and easily accessible by bus. There are a number of domestic and international flights available with flights to France and Spain as well as other European destinations.The main train station is a short walk from the city centre and there are direct trains from Aberdeen to major cities such as London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. There are also trains to several of the smaller towns in the Aberdeenshire region.AttractionsMany people use Aberdeen as a base to explore the local area, the whisky trail and the castle trail are both in Aberdeenshire. Both of these offer you the chance to see dozens of historic castles and whisky distilleries, with the unofficial whisky capital of the world within driving distance in Dufftown.The local attractions in the city centre include the Maritime Museum, which looks at the effect that offshore project have had in shaping Aberdeen. In the summer the beach area is popular with tourist for a stroll and there are various vendors and activities which are run seasonally, ideal for families.There are also plenty of activities to enjoy in the region with golf courses surrounding the area including the oldest course in Aberdeen The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club. If you want to watch a football match the Aberdeen F.C play at Pittodrie usually on a sat afternoon. AccommodationAccommodation in Aberdeen is usually reasonably priced with a four star hotel usually under £100 a night. The Copthorne Hotel and Simpsons Hotel offer some of the highest standard of accommodation in Aberdeen. Both have a four star tourist board rating and are within walking distance of a range of attractions.The best value budget hotels are the Travelodge and Thistle Caledonian Hotel both of which are situated in the city centre. They offer rooms starting at £60 a night and are furnished with all the basic amenities that you will require for a comfortable stay.