Dundee is located in the east of Scotland, on the Firth of Tay, the estuary of the River Tay, which flows into the North Sea. It’s the third largest city in the country and is also a council area.

Places of interest

Dundee has a long and rich history, dating back to the Middle Ages. For example, you can visit the Dundee Museum of Transport, the Dundee Law Observation Platform or the Old Steeple tower to learn more about the history of the city.


Take a walk along the lovely waterfront along the River Tay, with great views of the city and surrounding area. Here you will also find the iconic Tay Rail Bridge, one of Scotland’s most famous bridges.

Also visit the beautiful Dundee Botanic Gardens, an oasis of peace and greenery in the heart of the city.

V&A Museum Dundee

This museum is dedicated to design and innovation, and has an extensive collection of Scottish and international designs, including furniture, clothing, jewelery and more.


Thanks to the bustling center with numerous shops, restaurants and bars, shopping is wonderful. Here you will find everything from local delicacies to international dishes, from fashion to books and souvenirs.

Theaters & Musicals

There are several theatres, including the Dundee Rep Theater and the Whitehall Theatre, where you can enjoy plays, musicals, concerts and other performances.


The number of tourists visiting the city annually varies, but it is estimated that the number of tourists averages between 1.5 and 2 million. The town on the Tay has several B&Bs and hotels, ranging from budget options to luxury accommodations.