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Aberdeen also known as the Granite City, the Grey City or the Silver City with the Golden Sands, is the third most populous city in Scotland, UK, one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas and the United Kingdom's 29th most populous city, having more than 210 000 people, living within its limits. Since 1319, when it received Royal Burgh status from Robert the Bruce, Aberdeen has economically transformed, boasting with beautiful landmarks and appealing attractions, drawing, today, a record number of tourists.
Archaeological evidences suggest that the area where the city currently stands has seen human settlement for at least 8,000 years. Since its beginning, when it started as two separate burghs - Old Aberdeen, at the mouth of the river Don, and New Aberdeen, a fishing and trading settlement, where the Denburn waterway entered the river Dee estuary - and, after a layered, rich history of happenings, Aberdeen has become one of Britain's main attractions.
Aberdeen's beauty is surrounded by Victorian architecture, beautiful landmarks which keep its history alive and numerous attractions for all tastes and ages, binding modern with authentic, looking ahead, but keeping one foot in the past.
Aberdeen surprises with authenticity and traditionalism, and, at the same time, keeps pace with modern times. There are dozens of interesting and entertaining activities to enjoy and places to see in the city's area, including historic sites, outdoor and indoor activities, and beautiful art galleries for culture passionate, Aberdeen offering something to suit every taste.
Of tourist interest in the area of Aberdeen City, there are the numerous castles which keep history alive, such as Tolquhon Castle, Glenbuchat Castle, Huntly Castle, Kildrummy Castle and Balmoral Castle, which was purchased by Queen Victoria, in 1848, the Scottish Home of the British Royal Family ever since, covering a beautiful area of 20 000 hectares, boasting with natural beauties, including heather clad hills, ancient Caledonian woodland, policies and the beautiful River Dee, nearby.
For family activities, there is the Archaeolink Prehistory Park near Insch, Codona's Amusement Park at Aberdeen Beach and Satrosphere Science Centre, to name just a few.
The City's award-winning Aberdeen Maritime Museum is also worth checking out, featuring displays and exciting exhibitions on the offshore oil industry, shipbuilding, fishing and clipper ships.
Other places of interesting in Aberdeen City's area, include: Aberdeen Arts Centre, The West Tower of the new Town House, and Union Terrace Gardens, which is a park in the centre of Aberdeen, used for concerts and leisure activities, and as a relaxation spot by many people, local residents and visitors, alike.
Aberdeen is served by Aberdeen Airport (ABZ), situated north, at Dyce, which serves a number of domestic and international destinations that include the Netherlands, France, Ireland and Scandinavian countries.
There are 6 major roads, in and out of the city, the main arterial route into the city, from the north and south, being the A90, which links the city to Dundee, Edinburgh, Brechin and Perth in the south, and Ellon, Fraserburgh and Peterhead, in the north. Other major roads include A96, A93, A944 and A 947.
The bus service within the city is provided by FirstGroup, which operates the city buses under the name First Aberdeen, including by Stagecoach Group, under the Stagecoach Bluebird brand. There are also other companies (Megabus, for example), that run buses from the bus station to places north and south of the city.
The city's railway station is on the main UK rail network and offers frequent direct trains to major cities such as London, Glasgow or Edinburgh.
Besides riding the bus or taking the train, visitors can also ride the bike, drive or walk their way through Aberdeen, depending on how far their need to travel from the hotel.