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What to do in Aviemore

About Aviemore

Aviemore is one of Scotland's most popular year-round destinations. In winter, a hotel in Aviemore allows you to experience skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports. In summer, visitors can do everything from fly-fishing to pony-trekking here. Take a ride on the steam railway or visit the Highland Wildlife Park, home to Britain's only female polar bear and her cub. The Landmark Forest Adventure Park is the perfect place for a family excursion, while the Highland Folk Museum gives insight into the area's history. Aviemore is the ideal destination for those who love the great outdoors, but want all the amenities of modern living. The town's main street is packed with cafes, restaurants, and gift shops selling Scottish handcrafts and souvenirs. Hotels on the outskirts of the town offer a rural setting, perfect for wildlife lovers. If you're searching for hotel offers in Aviemore, use eDreams' powerful search engine to help you find the perfect accommodation. Just enter your dates of travel, number of guests, required amenities, and book the ideal hotel for your break.

What to see in Aviemore

Your choice of activities in Aviemore will depend very much on the timing of your visit. In winter, Aviemore is all about winter sports. There are several ski shops in the centre of town, if you haven't brought your winter gear with you. You can also book classes and purchase lift passes in the town, before heading out to the slopes. There are 12 chairlifts and 32 ski runs to choose from, so you will be sure to find at least a few runs that are appropriate to your level. In all other seasons, mountain biking, hiking, and wildlife watching are the preferred activities. If the weather is warm, you can even engage in water sports, have a picnic in one of the many parks, or visit an open-air museum. One of the best attractions is the Highland Folk Park, in nearby Newtonmore. This was Scotland's first open-air museum. The park's 40 buildings are filled with period furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. In Aviemore, Scotland, you are also in whisky country, so why not spend an afternoon finding out how the drink is made, and perhaps sampling a dram or two in one of the local distilleries?

Where to stay in Aviemore

Though quite a small town, Aviemore has a wide choice of accommodation. The options range from cheap hotels for budget travellers, through to 5-star luxury hotels. If you prefer a hotel with all urban attractions within walking distance, look for a hotel in Aviemore's town centre. Most central accommodations are on Grampian Road, which runs from north to south through the town. Grampian Road is where you'll find Aviemore's boutiques and restaurants, along with pubs serving home-made food. If you're looking for a more rural location, with expansive views over lochs and mountains, search for accommodation on the outskirts of town in locations like Boat of Garten, or Coylumbridge. These quieter locations are ideal if your main motive for visiting is to enjoy the area's natural beauty while walking, skiing, or spotting wildlife. Aviemore is one of Scotland's most famous and popular holiday areas, so hotel accommodation is in high demand throughout the year. Plan ahead and book your hotel on eDreams' website, where you have a wide range of accommodation options.

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