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Book a flight to Aberdeen with Qatar Airways

Book a flight to Aberdeen with Qatar Airways and explore one of the UK’s most exciting cities. Surrounded by romantic, rugged countryside, Aberdeen is steeped in history and its cultural heritage is evident in the stunning architecture. "

While firmly rooted in history, Aberdeen boasts all the 21st century amenities you’d expect to find in a modern metropolis, from excellent shopping to superb restaurants. Book a flight to Aberdeen and discover why it’s known as the Granite City, or the Silver City with the Golden Sands.

Aberdeen highlights

When it comes to exploring castles, visitors are spoilt for choice, as there are more than 300 to visit, ranging from fairy-tale style strongholds to rugged ruins.

  • Tourist attractions

    When it comes to exploring castles, visitors are spoilt for choice, as there are more than 300 to visit, ranging from fairy-tale style strongholds to rugged ruins. No trip to Aberdeen would be complete without a visit to Balmoral, but it’s also worth taking some time to visit Craigievar Castle which is thought to be the inspiration behind Walt Disney’s signature castle, featured at the beginning of all Disney movies.

    Beyond shining granite buildings of the city itself you’ll find a bounty of open spaces. The Cairngorms National Park is the largest nature reserve in the British Isles and its ancient forests and towering mountains are home to a fantastic array of wildlife. However, if you’d prefer to soak up some man-made architecture, be sure that your trip to Aberdeen includes a visit to the grand, Gothic structures of Marischal Museum or the 13th Century Brig o’ Balgownie.

  • Leisure activities

    Enjoy awarding winning service from Melbourne to Beirut with Qatar Airways. Including delicious gourmet cuisine and the attention of our highly trained and attentive crew throughout your journey, so that you arrive in Beirut feeling refreshed.

    East meets West in this thrilling city, once known as the Paris of the Middle East. It’s a city of high fashion and has some of the best entertainment venues, restaurants and shopping precincts in the region. Modern Beirut has risen from the ashes of a turbulent recent past and now offers visitors a truly exciting and invigorating experience.

  • Food

    Gastronomic excellence is something of a national pastime in Scotland and Aberdeen houses some of the best restaurants in the UK. Whether you’re after a taste of traditional Scottish fare, a fine-dining experience or some international cuisine, you’re never far from fantastic food.

    "No visit to Aberdeen is complete without a sample of the national dish: Haggis. Haggis is a boldly-spiced meal, served in many forms. Traditionally, it appears as a large, round sausage and has an excellent nutty texture and delicious savoury flavour.  However, you may find some restaurants serving it as smaller, deep-fried ‘bon bons’. "In addition to Aberdeen’s famous bread known as Aberdeen Buttery, you can also enjoy fresh fish from the North Sea and delicious Aberdeen Angus beef dishes, served in the many restaurants of George Street, one of the most multicultural parts of the city. 

    A traditional Scottish breakfast may well feature kippers. These are herrings, which have been salted in brine and smoked over woodchips, before being grilled, fried or served cold.

  • Shopping

    If you’re travelling to Aberdeen with shopping in mind, then you’ve made an excellent choice. The city is packed with everything from high-end designer stores and chic boutiques to quirky gift shops tucked away down winding, cobbled streets. 

    To find the latest goods head over to Union Square, which is where you’ll find plenty of designer clothes and upmarket electrical goods. For something quirkier, the Aberdeen International Street Market is a great place to hunt out examples of local craftsmanship and even some fresh, local produce supplied by farmers.

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