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The Delights of Dundee

The Scottish city of Dundee is a cultural hub of alluring landmarks, cosmopolitan amenities and intriguing history. It's rich cultural heritage and natural beauty mean visitors can absorb the wonder of the area in a multitude of ways; whether you're sampling Scottish specialities at an excellent eatery or following historical trails that date back to the Viking era, Dundee is guaranteed to dazzle and delight.

Maritime Magnificence and Scientific Splendour

Begin your Scottish sojourn in the city centre of Dundee, which houses a magnificent mixture of contemporary culture and exciting leisure activities. Discover a slice of maritime history with a visit to the RRS Discovery and climb aboard to follow in the footsteps of Captain Scott's ship, the first vessel to complete a voyage to Antarctica. Immerse yourself in the fascinating tales of the heroic voyage, discovering the triumphs and hardships while you admire original artefacts from the journey. Continue the nautical theme with a visit to the HMS Frigate Unicorn, a preserved warship which was first launched in 1824. Venture from the sea to science at the Dundee Science Centre where you can submerge your senses in the captivating wonder of scientific discovery; explore space in the planetarium, conduct your own exciting experiments or take in a live science show in the auditorium. Complete your education odyssey by ascending the verdant rise of Balgay Hill to visit Mills Observatory; Britain's first purpose built observatory enjoys an enchanting woodland setting and features a state of the art telescope that can detect 30,000 objects in the sky. Lie back and gaze upwards at the domed ceiling of the planetarium before admiring the amazing astronomical displays.

The Montrose Sculpture Trail

Spend the afternoon in Montrose, a charming seaside town located a short distance from the centre of Dundee. It's a wonderful place to escape the metropolitan bustle of the city centre due to it's wide, sand beaches, gorgeous harbour and historical trails. Treat your taste buds to a traditional Scottish lunch at The Picture House where you’ll find delectable dishes such as traditional Turnips and Potatoes (neeps and tatties) on the menu. Once satisfied, set off upon the Montrose Sculpture Trail, which comprises of 22 aesthetically pleasing sculptures set amidst coastal splendour and verdant wildlife trails. The trail begin on the north side of the town and end at the glittering harbour and are designed to allow visitors to appreciate the history and heritage of the area.

Dazzling Dundee Nights

Return to the centre in order to enjoy Dundee's dazzling range of independent boutiques; a wander down Murraygate will lead you to fashionable boutiques, quaint cafés and shops bursting with hand crafted treasures whereas Overgate Shopping Centre is a sparkling glass structure that houses hundreds of high street favourites. Conclude your Scottish sojourn with first class fare in Byzantium Restaurant, an elegant establishment dedicated to serving the finest quality steak and seafood in ambient surroundings. Clink a glass of robust red wine and toast the unforgettable memories that have arisen from your discovery of Dundee.