Holiday Inn Express Dundee

Dock Street, Dundee, DD1 3DR, United Kingdom
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Dundee

by Miahri

Hello guys,

Shall be staying in Dundee on business for a week starting from Sunday, 23 May. Wonder what are the major attractions there? I will stay in a hotel right in the centre of the city. Are there any popular pubs/bars/restaurants with reasonable prices?
How much a taxi costs from the airport to the city centre?
As I shall be arriving from London, where it is cheaper to do shopping for in Dundee or London?

Look forward to your reply.

Miahri

RE: Dundee

by skippy100

i would move on becouse dundee is a dill place to be

RE: Dundee

by REGINAFELANGE

Dunde is a lovely place, we just hosted the Radio 1 big weekend. The taxi from the airport to the centre should take about 2 minutes. There are lots of bars/restaurants/clubs. Try the Perth Road area, students will have gone home but there should still be plenty to do.

RE: Dundee

by lynmur

Hi there - disagree that Dundee is a dull place to be - just when you live in a city you tend to take it all for granted. the shopping is much better here now than it used to be and probably cheaper than London although not very many top designer names. For nightlife try to get down to Broughty Ferry one night espacially if its sunny, its less than 10 mins by bus or taxi and is full of lovely little pubs for eating and drinking. I would recommend the Old Anchor and The Ferry Inn and if you want to boogie a bit later on then head into Jollys if you are there at the weekend.
Major attractions are The Discovery which is in the harbour, a trip up the Law hill will let you see all the city, you can visit the Mills Observatory, your hotel will have plenty of booklets and coupons to let you know whats going on.
Enjoy your stay.

Travel Tips for Dundee

Within one square mile of...

by gabriellefox

Within one square mile of Dundee you will find a Royal Palace, a 12th -century abbey and the fortified tower where King Malcolm held court after the death of Macbeth. Allow your imagination to run away with you a little and you will see how folklore and history become inextricably linked.

Souvenir Bag Pipes

by globetrott

souvenir-bag pipes, like they are offered at 'good prizes' are mostly just good for decoration - but this gentleman certainly had a great instrument and was one of the masters in a competition I saw in Blair Atholl

Dunottar Castle - built on a rock

by globetrott

Dunottar Castle - built on a rock with only a very small path leading to the castle

and the only entrance-gate was made through a small hole in the rocks and high above of the hole guards could throw down stones at enemies without beeing in danger themselves

Loch Ness - Look out for the...

by gabriellefox

Loch Ness - Look out for the monster.

He is a little camera shy!
Inverness is an excellent touring centre with good road, rail and air connections. With its suspension bridges across the River Ness and old stone buildings, it is a very pretty place.

Dundee - Quick Tips for a Quick Visit

by scotlandscotour

"Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre"

Dundee is digging itself out of a hole but is still a bit rough, though vastly improved by large amounts of government money and some high tech industries arriving to replace the decaying old manufacturing.

Certainly, for those with well paid jobs living in the countryside near Dundee is very comfortable. Life in the city tower blocks and sprawling estates is less attractive.

A lot of improvements for Dundee are fuelled by a dynamic council and the University. The image of Dundee is so poor to most outsiders that it turns out to be hugely impressive. That's what low expectations can do for a place!

On Perth Road, near the University - a nice part of town - the DCA is my favourite place in Dundee! Definitely the place to spend a few hours / meet friends / rejuvinate your senses, see some interesting films ...
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"5 Star Visitor Attractions"

There is the Discovery Centre and the Verdant Works - great places to learn about the past - but not cheap.

You will likely get tired of Dundee before completing its tourist attractions ... but don't despair ...

See St Andrews over the Tay Bridge, and the best views of Dundee are from the other side of the Tay Estuary!!! And don't forget the Angus Glens, Castles and Ancient History nearby.

Buy some Dundee Cake and locally grown fruits.

After reading my Dundee Tips, I recommend reading my Scotland Travel Tips

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