The name Aberdeen is literally translated as "between the Don and the Dee", which are Aberdeen's two bordering rivers.
These two rivers create a beautiful backdrop to this historic and culturally rich city, with wildlife, nature and sport abundant in the surrounding City and Shire.
Why not take a break during the school holidays in beautiful Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has long been famous for its magnificent parks and gardens and city wide floral displays which include two million roses, eleven million daffodils and three million crocuses.
Aberdeen has won the Royal Horticultural Society's Britain in Bloom 'Best City' award over ten times, the overall Scotland in Bloom competition twenty times and the large city category every year since 1968.
At one point after winning a period of nine years straight, the City of Aberdeen was even banned from the Britain in Bloom competition to give another city a chance of winning.
The city of Aberdeen won the 2006 Scotland in Bloom "Best City" award along with the International Cities in Bloom award. The suburb of Dyce also won the Small Towns award.
Aberdeen offers a wide range of accommodation for you to choose from. You can take a break in cosy cottages with log fires to family friendly guesthouses overlooking the stunning Scottish scenery.
Why not pamper yourself in a 4 star hotel or take the family camping in the surround area. Aberdeen also has several caravan parks in tranquil surroundings. Take a break today in Aberdeen City.
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