Popularly known as ‘Granite City’, Aberdeen is also known for its oil and renewable energy, fishing and erratic weather! Aberdeen is beautifully located in the North East of Scotland. She sits between the raging North Sea and the cool, breezy fields and mountains of the Grampian area.There are a few things Aberdonians enjoy. A good meal out with friends and family in the many bars and restaurants is always a shout. Yes, it is true - we are also partial to a nice car. Do not be shocked if you find a stylish Audi or Mercedes Benz roaming in town as taxis. That is Aberdeen for you!
In the winter, we keep warm with a hearty bowl of stovies and a good laugh over our whiskey. Yes, we are Aberdeen!Springtime comes with lots of memories, as there is always something fun to do. Whether you are up for the challenge of a hike through the woods, a cycle up the hills, a game of football, a 5km run or just to enjoy the bloom of springtime, Aberdeen is the place. Summer time is always buzzing with our long days and short nights with plenty activities to do. Take a walk at the beach or go for a run in the woods and you will surely love the scenery.Wrap-up warm for autumn and grab your hats and gloves as winter rolls in slowly, the leaves descend and repaint the gardens and street orange.
Aberdeen boasts of the many victories of its football club. Popularly called “The Dons”, red and white are the colours. The cheers, the atmosphere, the chants and celebrations will keep you overjoyed when you watch at game at the Pittodrie Stadium.Education is one of the hallmarks of this great city. For more than 520 years, The University of Aberdeen has provided world-class education to lawyers, engineers, doctors, nurses, accountants, etc. People from all over the world come here to study. Hence, we are multicultural and we love it!
This is Aberdeen, our Aberdeen!