Skirting the edge of the north east coast, an ancient city awaits. Or, you might get lost in the nooks and crannies of a 12th century
Aberdeen at night, or spot a dolphin rise from nearby waters?
Browse below for the most popular suggestions. A post shared by Michelle Cleo chellecleo on Jan 1, at Are you a fan of Dracula?
Then this is a pub you must visit. If you love Japanese culture, colours and blooming flowers you can find all this and more in the peaceful Johnston Gardens. A post shared by Whale and Dolphin Conservation whaleanddolphinorg on Sep 15, at 3: Head down to Aberdeen's harbour and hop aboard a cruise out to sea for a chance to spot some dolphins up close. Common sightings include bottlenose dolphins, white beaked dolphins, risso dolphins and even minke whales; the nearby Torry Battery is a popular viewing spot too, where you can get an exquisite view of the resident marine life feeding in the harbour mouth.
A post shared by Darren Lowe darrnl on Dec 2, at 3: A post shared by Paulina paulinasplace on Sep 18, at 4: For a quiet moment to yourself, head to 22 Belmont Street and settle down inside this quirky second-hand book shop. Use your imagination and write a story, catch up on some reading or find a new book to get lost in, all with the help of free Wi-Fi and a
Aberdeen at night lunch menu.
A post shared by Arda Balci a. Let the stresses of the modern world drift away with a trip to the chilled-out Seaton Parkone of Aberdeen's most tranquil hideaways. Lose yourself amid the leafy pathways and Aberdeen at night expanses. Forget about your smartphone, turn off those pesky notifications and recharge your batteries for a little while. Wander through the charming streets of Footdeeknown locally as 'Fittie' - try saying it with your best Aberdeen accent!
A former fishing village exuding 19th century allure, these clusters of charming cottages and atmospheric cobbled lanes were originally built to rehouse an influx of fishermen to the city. A post shared by ScotlandPassion scoziachepassione on Dec 18, at This medieval Aberdeen at night is somewhat legendary in Aberdeen, and there are a few reasons for this.
A good tune never goes unsung in Scotland. For a night of toe-tapping tunes and hearty laughs, your evening shenanigans should begin at The Lemon Tree on North Street. The downstairs lounge plays host to talented musicians, so open up your ears to some new music and hilarious comedy, or kick back with a pint of Brewdog, the local ale. The weaving, windy streets of Old Aberdeen have seen their fair share of Aberdonian politics, education and culture throughout the ages.
Besides the incredible imposing buildings did I mention, Aberdeen's architecture is incredible? Find out more about Scotland's third oldest university. A post shared by Rowan rowan on Dec 24, at Stop for an ice-cream and look out towards the swirling North Sea, or embrace the salty sea air on a brisk walk or jog along the promenade, all the way from Footdee to the River Don.
A post shared by Lee Fowlie Images leefowlie on May 4, at The King's College Chapel is a hauntingly beautiful, with its stained glass windows, tall Aberdeen at night, sloping archways and intricate carvings. Follow Aberdeen at night Old Aberdeen Heritage Trail to see more classical period features of the city. Of course, there are plenty of other Aberdeen gems to discover.
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The first big house, dance and electro night in Aberdeen which has been running since The Forum is a unique venue that used to be an. Aberdeen nightlife guide
Aberdeen at night things to do in the evening. food and drink to a sophisticated late night underground drinking den, with a members club feel. Explore the secret spots & attractions of Aberdeen, from Dracula-themed bars food and drink menus, there's plenty to keep your taste buds tingling all night.
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