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Pocket Guide: Angus and Dundee

Angus and Dundee is a region of Scotland located on the east coast of the country, north of the River Tay, and within easy reach of iconic cities like St. Andrews and the capital, Edinburgh. With a mixture of beautiful countryside that includes a range of emerald glens, picturesque coastlines, and a cosmopolitan city, Dundee and Angus is one of the country’s most unique and beautiful regions to visit. So whether you’re looking to enjoy outdoor activities, want to relax on the beach, or spend some time in the UK’s first UNESCO City of Design, Angus and Dundee is the place to be.

Discover the City of Dundee on the Bank of the River Tay

Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and carries the motto “one city, many discoveries”, as there is a whole lot for visitors to see and do in this innovative part of the country. Over the years Dundee has been home to a wide variety of businesses, creating a rich industrial history that includes a number of famed inventors. Immerse yourself in Dundee’s past by visiting sites such as the RRS Discovery where you can follow in the footsteps of explorer Captain Scott, or see Scotland’s Jute Museum at Verdant Works, where you can take a trip back in time in this historical jute mill. More recently, the city has garnered a reputation as an epicentre for arts and culture events, and the burgeoning cultural quarter is home to both the Dundee Rep Theatre and Dundee Contemporary Arts centre.

Explore the Beautiful and Diverse Area of Angus

Angus is one of the most interesting and historical parts of Scotland, but is often left off visitors’ itineraries. However, this mostly rural region that stretches from the coastline to the mountains of Cairngorms National Park has been home to battles between Scotland and England. It is in this region where the famous Arbroath Abbeystands, a site on which the Declaration of Scottish Independence was signed in 1320.

Another important part of Angus’ history is its connection to Scotland’s national sport; golf. Its coastal links have hosted important tournaments, including multiple Open Championships at Carnoustie; nicknamed “Carnasty” as it’s considered one of the toughest golf courses in the world. Other parts of the region not to be missed include the quaint coastal town of Montrose, and the town of Kirriemuir, which is the birthplace of Peter Pan creator, J.M. Barrie. It lies within a few minutes travel of the nearby Glamis Castle, the setting for Shakespeare’s dramatic Scottish play, Macbeth.

Don’t forget to add Dundee and Angus to your tour of Scotland. Find your perfect hotel with the help of the easy-to-use Expedia search tool and use it discover local attractions, reserve hotels and more. With so many spectacular sites and thrilling activities to enjoy throughout your visit it is bound to be an unforgettable trip.

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