Situated in the North East of Scotland, Aberdeen is only a short distance from Edinburgh and Glasgow, and is located at the gateway to The Highlands.
Aberdeen can be reached easily by air, sea, rail and road.
Refered to as a ‘mini Scotland’, Aberdeen and the surrounding area boast rich culture, heritage and history and the area even has it’s own whisky and castle trail.
With an abundance of activities and attractions for all of the family, Aberdeen is quickly becoming Scotland’s weekend city.
For more information about Aberdeen please visit www.visitaberdeen.com.
Nearest public car parks are the Denburn, Bon Accord Centre/ Harriet Street car park or
Aberdeen bus station is located 15 minutes away from Union Terrace Gardens.
Visit First Bus and Stagecoach websites to plan your journey.
Aberdeen train station is approximately a 15 minute walk from all festival locations, with destinations across the UK.
Aberdeen Airport is seven miles north-west of the city centre, on the A96 near Dyce. Travel options into the city centre include bus, train and taxi. Visit the Aberdeen Airport website to plan your journey.