Don't like the weather?
It all depends on which season you visit, the weather is changable in any season, so check the local weather forcast. It is always a good idea to wear layered clothing and always carry a waterproof jacket All are available locally but bring your own prescription items if you need any. Aberdeen has great sea and landscape vistas so bring plenty film or memory for your digi
i went up to aberdeen to have...
i went up to aberdeen to have a look see at a few whisky distilleries.whisky = the water of life. i went to these distilleries.Glendronach.
The distillery is east of Huntly and south of the river Deveron, on the very edge of Speyside. Fettercairn.
Situated beside the village of Fettercairn the distillery has the distinction of being one of the oldest Highland malt distilleries in Scotland. Licensed in 1824.Royal Lochnagar.Queen Victoria is reputed to have enjoyed this malt and to have used it to lace her claret, thereby ruining two of the world's greatest drinks. like her i visited the distillery which is at the foot of the mountain of Lochnager, just off the B976 and just over the hill from the Royal family's Scottish home at Balmoral.There were a few more but i ran out of time.
Great Diner in City Centre
Bar and diner in the city centre serving a range of soups, burgers, sandwiches and salads.
On nice days, they open up the front of the restaurant and you can sit in the sun and watch the world pass by. On the negative side, the place can be a little smoky when busy. The cajun chicken salad is really good - very tender and tasty chicken on a great mixed salad. And loads of it!
"The precise origins of Highland Games is unknown but in all probability they derived from the trials of strength, speed, agility and skill which were commonplace at the various religious fairs, military musters and cattle fairs of medieval and early modern Scotland. " Quoted from VisitScotland.com
Well... this is famous Scotish attractions. Held annually at various locations. You will definitely able to find one if you come here during summer/falls season.
Definitely worth to visit at least once during your stay.
There are many available, I will just recommend one which is around the corner. The Lonach Highland game. More details can be found from their website. http://www.lonach.org/
The harbour is in a sheltered estuary of the River Dee, and is a natural harbour. It has probably been in use since 5000 BC.
In 1136 AD King David I granted the bishops of Aberdeen the right to levy tithes on all ships using the port. It had strong links with the Baltic and Scandinavian trade. Nowadays it is linked to the oil industry,