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Aberdeen Airport to Aberdeen Taxi Service is provided by Onward Travel Solutions Ltd. We offer a transfer service from Aberdeen to any U.K Airport, whether you need a car, people carrier, executive car, executive people carrier, minibus or indeed a coach Onward Travel Solutions Ltd are here to help. If you are traveling to or from Aberdeen Airport please select the type of journey required from the drop down and you will be able to extract an instant quote. If you are traveling to a different airport please click Reset and select the correct airport from the drop down. All our bookings are pre booked and pre paid for so you can rest assured we will be there to meet you or take you to your destination.

Aberdeen city is just under 6 miles South of Aberdeen Airport and can be easily accessed via the A96 and A90. This journey in normal traffic conditions should take approximately 15 minutes. If you are travelling to the airport please leave a longer amount of time in case you encounter any traffic congestion.

Overview of Aberdeen

Aberdeen is a city in the Highlands of North East Scotland in the North of England. The city began as two seperate Burghs Old Aberdeen and New Aberdeen each situated on the two local rivers of the Dee and Don, gradually the two merged into the incorporated city it is known as today. Due to the architecture being made of locally quarried grey granite it is often called Granite City or the Silver City. The city is situated near a long sandy coastline of the North Sea marked with jagged cliffs with the city itself resting on a base of silt and sandstone. Features such as misty moors, tranquil lochs and the mountainous regions of the Cairngorms National Park make up the landscape that surround this historic city. It has a history as a coastal town with its seafaring, ship building, paper making and whiskey production and in more recent times the oil industry that lead to the city's economic boom and for it to be called the Oil Capital of Europe.

The city is characterised by its unique architecture and grey stone buildings the granite structures showing no sign of weathering and look brand new as can be seen of the Town House in Union Street and Marischal College. Stone that had been quarried at Rubislaw Quarry was used to build the Houses of Parliament and Waterloo Bridge in London. The city has a cathedral called St Machar's and two universities the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University.

According to the census taken in 2010 the population of Aberdeen is about 217,100 residents. It is Scotlands 3rd most populous city and was given Royal Burgh status by King David in the 12th Century.

The city hosts the Aberdeen International Youth Festival regarded as a major international event attracting thousands of visitors. Other Cultural and artistic places to visit would be The Aberdeen Art Gallery with works of art displayed by Monet, Pisarro and Renoir, His Majesty's Theatre with all of its theatrical and musical events and The Music Hall.

Outside of the city you can enjoy the countryside of Royal Deeside but inside the city are many wonderful parks such as Duthie Park 44 acres of winter gardens, tropical paradises and arid houses with wonderful varieties of plants and flowers that originate from all over the world. Whilst you will find Wylie Park 1 mile north of the city which compirises of 210 acres of wildlife exhibits and recreational activities to amuse adults and children alike.

The city falls within the area of Scotland that speaks the dialect called 'Doric' the language of the Lowland Scots celebrated every year at the annual Doric Festival. Trying authentic scottish food must be on the list of any enthusiastic tourist who may want to request dishes such as Mealie Puddings, Haggis, Lorne Square Sausages, breakfast Rowies and of course Scotch Broth.

Famous Aberdonians include Annie Lennox of the Eurythmics, composter John Mcleod, Hornblower actor David Rintoul, singer Calum Kennedy and apprised Author Stuart MacBride.

Aberdeen Hotel Addresses:

Thistle Aberdeen Altens Hotel

Souterhead Road, Aberdeen, AB12 3LF

Tel: 0871 376 9002

Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen

122 Huntly Street , Aberdeen, AB10 1SU

Tel: 01224 630404

Britannia Hotel Aberdeen

2 Whitehall Place, Aberdeen, AB25 2NX

Tel: 01224 646600

Aberdeen Marriott Hotel

Overton Circle, Aberdeen, AB21 7AZ

Tel: 01224 770011

Hilton Aberdeen Treetops Hotel

161 Springfield Rd, Grampian, Aberdeen, AB15 7AQ

Tel: 01224 313377

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel

Beach Boulevard, Aberdeen, AB24 5EF

Tel: 01224 633339

Cove Bay Hotel

15 Colsea Road, Aberdeen, AB12 3NA

Tel: 01224 897211

Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen Exhibition Hotel

Claymore Drive, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL

Tel: 0871 423 4828

Jurys Inn Aberdeen Hotel

Union Street, Guild Street, Aberdeen, AB11 5RG

Tel: 01224 381200

Malmaison Aberdeen Hotel

49-53 Queens Road, Aberdeen, AB15 4YP

Tel: 01224 327370

Mercure Ardoe House Aberdeen

South Deeside Road, Blairs, Aberdeen, AB12 5YP

Tel: 0845 080 5104

Norwood Hall Hotel

Garthdee Road, Cults, AB15 9FX

Tel: 0845 080 5104

Menzies Dyce Aberdeen Hotel

Farburn Terrace, Dyce, AB21 7DW

Tel: 0845 45 66 399

Newmacher Hotel

Oldmeldrum Road, Newmachar, AB21 0QD

Tel: 01651 862636

Aberdeen Douglas Hotel

43-45, Market St, Aberdeen, AB11 5EL

Tel: 0845 080 5104

Bauhaus Hotel Aberdeen

52-60 Langstane Place, Aberdeen, AB11 6EN

Tel: 0845 080 5104

Carmelite Hotel

Stirling Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6JU

Tel: 01224 589101

Dutch Mill Hotel

7 Queens Road, Aberdeen, AB15 4NR

Tel: 01224 322555

Ferryhouse Hotel

169 Bon Accord St, Aberdeen, AB11 6UA

Tel: 01224 590867