Pittodrie Street Roost is close to the city centre. It is an 11-minute stroll to the University of Aberdeen and a short bus ride to Robert Gordon University. Aberdeen Football Club and various golf clubs are extremely close to the property with Kings Golf Course only a 12-minute stroll from the property. Chris Anderson Stadium is just a 10-minute walk away.
Spring Gardens student housing in Aberdeen is a stunning property in the heart of the City of Granite. It is a 15-minute walk away from the University of Aberdeen and a 36-minute bus ride to Robert Gordon University. Bus stops are right outside the property and you can travel by bus to visit the historical buildings in the city whenever you want.
The Old Fire Station Unite Aberdeen student housing is just an 18-minute walk to the University of Aberdeen and a 30-minute bus ride to Robert Gordon University. Bus stops are extremely close to the property with Union Square Shopping Centre just a 15-minute stroll away. It is close to the city centre with restaurants like Macdonald's only a 15-minute stroll away.
Causeway View is a luxury student accommodation in Aberdeen. It is just a 16-minute walk to the University of Aberdeen and a 15-minute bus ride to Robert Gordon University. It offers a technologically advanced study room with PCs and Macs to suit all tastes. It is very close to the city centre and North East Scotland College. It is also very close to His Majesty's Theatre and various art galleries.
King Street Exchange Aberdeen student home is just a 6-minute walk to the University of Aberdeen and a 35-minute bus ride to Robert Gordon University. It is very close to the Sir Duncan Rice Library which is the main library of the University of Aberdeen. There is a bus stop close by to travel around. The property has an ideal location with old Aberdeen at the top of Kings Street; there are various museums and art galleries at the bottom of the road.
New Carnegie Court is located in Hillhead Student Village. It is 17 minutes walk to the University of Aberdeen with old Aberdeen just a 12-minute away. It is very close to the historical parts of the city with gardens and parks nearby. River Don is nearby and there is a Lidl market nearby for daily needs. Here you will be a 20-minute walk away from Seaton Park. King's Campus is only five minutes away and a short bus ride will take you directly to St. Machar Cathedral. You will be able to access the best historical sites in the city. A short bus ride will take you to Kings Museum and St. Machar Park is a small ride away. It is suitable for morning activities and maybe a small picnic with your friends.
Living here you will be just a 13-minute walk to the University of Aberdeen and a 20-minute walk to the International House Aberdeen. A short car ride will take you to Queen’s Link Leisure Park where you can enjoy a cup of tea or enter a good movie. Here you will be right within the city centre, very close to Union Square with all its shopping centres, restaurants and shops. You will also be minutes away from Bon Accord & St Nicholas centre.
Aberdeenis a harbour city on the north-east coast of Scotland. It is located 120 miles away from Edinburghand 400 miles away from London. It is known as one of the largest cities of Scotland and the oil capital of Europe. It is famous for its grand architecture and large buildings constructed mostly of granite earning it the name of The Granite City.
Aberdeen has a popular football team, Aberdeen FC, that has won the third-most major honours amongst football teams in Scotland. Football fans can also enjoy watching games at the Pittodrie Stadium, where most of the famous games are held.
Students living in Aberdeen can take delight in visiting various places including St Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, and Gordon Highlanders Museum. They can visit Duthie Park and David Welch Winter Gardens, which currently hosts one of the most visited public plant collections. Aberdeen Maritime Museum houses a very large and unique collection of ships, shipbuilding tools and harbour historical pictures. Students can also enjoy various of the cities festivals throughout their stay including; True North Music Festival, Aberdeen Jazz Festival, and Dance Live Festival.
The city has various means of transportations, like bus lanes scattered across the city. The bus lanes are mostly operated by First Aberdeen, and cars are not allowed to move in the bus lanes to ease the transportations. People who love walking can use the Walkit App to plan their directions in the city. Cycling is also one of the popular ways to move around. A group of volunteers called Aberdeen Cycle Forum managed to map a fullcycling route of the city that is available on the city council’s website, so it is easier for you to rent a bike and see the city for yourself.