City Breaks from Aberdeen

Find the best city breaks from Aberdeen here at and choose from an extensive range of travel destinations all across Europe. Handling millions of passengers each year, Aberdeen International Airport also provides regular flights to many UK cities, and is just six miles from the centre of Aberdeen itself.

Flight + hotel breaks from Aberdeen

Top city break destinations from Aberdeen Airport


Explore the world-class shops of the West End, see the imposing Tower of London, and spend some time at the vibrant South Bank area as you admire the views of the magnificent Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. The British capital also has an endless variety of museums, such as the enormous British Museum, the National Gallery, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Take time to relax in the superb royal parks such as Hyde Park and Regent's Park.


With its delightful canals, charming cafés, eclectic nightlife, and outstanding arts scene, it's no wonder Amsterdam is one of Europe's most visited cities. Don't forget to go to the Rembrandt House Museum, and consider spending some time at the equally impressive Rijksmuseum art and history gallery, before taking a slow stroll around the charismatic Jordaan neighbourhood.


Head to the top of the Eiffel Tower for an astonishing view of the French capital, and then take a stroll along the scenic banks of the Seine around the Île de la Cité and Notre Dame. Other renowned attractions in Paris include the striking Arc de Triomphe, the remarkable Sacré-Cœur basilica, and the famous Louvre art museum.


Known for its impressive modern skyline, Frankfurt is home to an attractive medieval district known as the Altstadt, and a magnificent botanical garden called the Palmengarten. You could also visit the Senckenberg Museum natural history exhibit, explore the grand Goethe House, and head to the top of the 200-metre Main Tower for a terrific view of the city.


An important maritime centre in southern Norway, Stavanger has an elaborate cathedral, and is also the location of the Norwegian Petroleum Museum. Just a short distance from the city centre is the Sverd i fjell monument, which commemorates the 9th-century Battle of Hafrsfjord, and is the perfect spot to witness the sunset.


This wonderful Canary Island has dozens of photogenic volcanic beaches and bustling holiday resorts, and is famed for its warm winters and high annual sunshine hours. Tenerife is also acclaimed for its Mount Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site featuring Spain's highest peak.


The lively Danish capital is overlooked by the opulent Rosenborg Castle, which celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2006 and is a fine example of Renaissance architecture. Copenhagen is also noted for its picturesque Tivoli Gardens, the National Museum of Denmark, the unique 17th-century Rundetårn tower, and the popular Little Mermaid statue next to the Langelinie promenade.