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Aberdeen is a rich city that entices tourists with a rich mix of culture, flowering gardens and pretty spectacular surrounding mountain scenery.  The ‘Flower of Scotland’ is one of the many terms that are used to describe Scotland’s third city Aberdeen. Known for its many outstanding parks and flowers that number into the millions, it wouldn’t be wrong to describe this city as one big scent-filled garden. And, while it might not be as famous as those two Scottish biggies Edinburgh and Glasgow, Aberdeen is still a class act that more than holds its own when it comes to entertaining its many visiting guests.

But the reason you’ll be visiting Aberdeen won’t be just because you like the smell of flowers now will it? You’ll be visiting Aberdeen because it is also the oil capital of Europe. The discovery of the black stuff in the North Sea in the 1970s transformed this city from a sleepy town into one of the richest cities in the UK. And all that oil money has been well spent creating a modern city that is rich in culture – just check out its many museums and galleries – it’s also overflowing with fantastic bars, restaurants and cafes.  As you’d expect from a city that has deep pockets, Aberdeen likes to party and has started to give good old Edinburgh a run for its money in the festival stakes.

From music and theatre events to military shows and folk celebrations, you’ll find every kind of festival in Aberdeen. 


Escape the real world for a couple of hours and explore a virtual one at Aberdeen's latest computer gaming spot, Engage Gaming. Boasting the latest consoles and equipment, Engage Gaming caters for everyone from casual players to hardcore gamers, and you can even reserve an area for a private party. Boasting a fantastic diner menu and a liscensed bar, this is the perfect place for gamers to get away from it all. www.engagegaming.gg

Are you ready to exercise your chuckle muscles? The Aberdeen Comedy Festival returns to the north east from 5-15 October, boasting some of the country's biggest comedy names in over 50 shows. Britain's Got Talent 2017 finalist Daliso Chaponda joins the likes of John Hegley, Fred MacAulay, Andrew Maxwell and Gary Delaney in a line-up which also features showings of classic comedies at the Belmon Filmhouse. Budding comedians can also sign up to one of two workshops to hone their craft and learn the tricks of the trade. www.aberdeencomedyfestival.com

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