The Visitor Information Centre in Aberdeen is located at:
Aberdeen caters for all cultural, leisure and entertainment tastes.
regularly attract national and international artists and companies.
The main high street in Aberdeen is Union Street where you will find most buses stop. Union street has many high street shops, bars and restaurants. There are 3 main shopping centres in Aberdeen City Centre:
Union Square is the newest shopping centre in Aberdeen which opened in late 2009. It boasts many high street shops, coffee shops, restaurants, a spa and a cinema complex. Union Square also benefits from being located next to the rail and bus stations.
Scotland's position on the edge of the European continent with sea on three sides means that the weather is very varied! In April the weather is usually quite cold so warm clothing is recommended.
As with other cities, Aberdeen has a wide range of eateries catering for most tastes! You can get links to a range of restaurants from http://www.webcafe.co.uk/ most of which provide a sample menu and an indication of price.
The official currency of UK is £ sterling. Commonly accepted credit cards are Visa, and Mastercard. Display signs are usually visible in all restaurants and shops indicating which cards they accept.
Travellers' cheques can be cashed at most banks. Most banks are closed on Saturdays and all day Sunday. There are foreign exchange booths at all major airports and in Aberdeen city centre. There are ATMs at the RGU Campus at Riverside East (Sir Ian Wood building). There is one ATM at the AECC but this incurs a charge for use. There is a full range of Banks in Aberdeen city centre.
Dunnottar Castle is a twenty five minute drive from Aberdeen for those looking to experience a part of local Scottish history.
For tourist information, see VisitAberdeen website.