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Aberdeen enjoys typically Scottish weather - sometimes all four seasons can show up in just one day. More generally, however, summer is a good choice if you want to take your time exploring the landscape and discovering the region’s nooks and crannies. July is the warmest month, with average temperatures of 14 degrees; you can also venture into the ocean, as the sea temperature is a solid 13 degrees.Aberdeen does winter well, with an annual Christmas Village packed with German-influenced stalls, carol singers and lights. The Christmas Light Switch On is a grand affair. It’s a parade down the high street with bands, Christmas characters and floats leading the way.
To soak up the city’s history and heritage, go for hotels in Old Aberdeen. It’s a compact area with attractions linked by winding cobbled streets. Go to St Machar’s Cathedral to see its intricate 16th-century ceiling, or Powis Gate for Turkish-style architecture. Old Aberdeen Town House is the 18th-Century former business centre of the city. A wander through Seaton Park lets you follow the River Don along it grassy banks.A family holiday in Aberdeen would do well with hotels in Hazlehead. This area is packed with sporty things to do: there are three of the city’s four golf courses here. Take the kids to Hazlehead Park to use the football pitches, or to the tennis courts to practice their serves. Hayfield Equestrian Centre lets the whole family try out horse riding too.Hotels in the City Centre mean you’ll be a short walk from Union Street, the main shopping centre. The Saturday International Market takes place just off Union Street, on Union Terrace. Take a morning stroll to discover continental delights, including craft, jewellery and food tastings. Like most of Scotland, the city is fiercely dedicated to the arts, and His Majesty’s Theatre is a five-minute drive from the City Centre, showing film, music, theatre and dance.A couples’ getaway in Aberdeen should take place from hotels in Footdee. It’s an old fishing village, now a meandering rabbit’s warren of paths and alleys leading to the sea. Take a walk and see the colourful houses, before grabbing a bite to eat at the harbour.

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