SCOTTISH CITYLINK SERVICES TO HELP PASSENGERS RETURN FROM HOGMANAY CELEBRATIONS
Scottish Citylink has announced that it will once again run special coach services for people travelling home from the Edinburgh Hogmanay celebrations. more
COMPETITION INVITES EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW SCHOOLCHILDREN TO DRAW A PICTURE OF 'MYCITYLINK'
Scottish Citylink is launching a competition inviting school children from Edinburgh and Glasgow to draw a picture of their city, with two winning designs appearing on the rear of the coaches that connect the two locations. more
Dundee, Scotland’s fourth largest city, is an increasingly popular choice
for a short city-break destination or a great family day out.
The city’s burgeoning cultural quarter is home to Dundee Rep Theatre and Dundee Contemporary Arts whilst just across the city centre, on the bank of the River Tay, Captain Scott’s famous Antarctic expedition ship R.R.S. Discovery is berthed.
The city centre has the magnificent glass-fronted Overgate shopping centre whilst the pedestrianised High Street leads neatly from the Overgate to the Murraygate and Wellgate shopping centres.
Discovery Point relates the fascinating and inspirational story of the Royal Research Ship Discovery, her famous captain, Robert Falcon Scott, and their exploration of Antarctica. Exploring the fully restored RRS Discovery will be the highlight of your time here.
The family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, the castle has been a royal residence since 1372. Childhood home of The Queen Mother and the setting for Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’.
Kinpurnie Watch Tower
18th century watchtower built to guard Dundee. The impressive building sits above the city and offers stunning views of the area.
Dundee War Memorial
A memorial to the dead of World War 1 erected in 1923. The Beacon of the memorial is lit on four occasions throughout the year to commemorate those who have lost their lives in conflict.
The Rail Bridge
Built between 1882-87 the construction consists of a series of wrought-iron trusses on riveted plate piers and remains the longest rail bridge in Britain at 2 miles and 73yds long.