These Scottish cities lives and breathe Old World Europe. It’s very attractive with its Footdee village which would probably remind you of Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Also a must-see is the university which holds the famous King’s Chapel at the very heart of its campus grounds. The same university is fronted by a beach, which, just like the rest of Scotland, displays magnificent rock formations. The city itself is glittering, and there are plenty of cosmopolitan spots to visit here if you find yourself missing the conveniences of modern life. Most travelers who do find themselves in Aberdeen go beyond touring the city. The ruins of the Castle Dunottar, which was the setting of Zeferelli’s Hamlet, is only a short train ride away.
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