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Aberdeen Ferry Terminal Taxis: Taxi to Aberdeen, Taxi from Aberdeen

Aberdeen ferry terminal taxis, Orkney and Shetland are hugely popular destinations for holidays, and there are two ways to get there: plane or ferry.

From Aberdeen, you can take a NorthLink ferry to both places – they run to Kirkwall, the capital of Orkney, and Lerwick, the capital of Shetland.

All crossings begin at Aberdeen in the evening and run to Lerwick once per day, seven days a week, arriving the following morning. Four times per week (or three between January and March, and in November and December), the ferry stops at Kirkwall for 45 minutes to enable passengers to leave and embark.

The great thing about taking a ferry from Aberdeen is that you can have a leisurely journey – you can even sleep during the crossing. Why not make the journey to Aberdeen ferry terminal a leisurely one, too? Book a taxi to Aberdeen through Airport Cars UK!

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All you need to do is scroll up to the journey calculator above, put the correct details in, and within a few clicks of a mouse, you will have booked your taxi to Aberdeen.

If you’ve left it too late to make an advance booking, don’t worry – we can be reached by phone, too. Dial +44 (0) 330 088 2222 and talk to one of our dispatchers.

Top 10 things to do in Aberdeen use an Aberdeen ferry terminal taxis

Perhaps you’ve decided to spend some time in Aberdeen before you board your ferry – or you’ve just got in from Kirkwall or Lerwick and you want to relax for a few hours. No matter how little time you have to spare, there’s always something to see or do in the “Granite City”!

1) Of course, given its location, there’s no escaping that Aberdeen and the sea enjoy a close relationship – and at the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, you can learn all about it. The collections in here cover fishing, shipbuilding, and the oil and gas industry.

2) There’s plenty of coastline in Aberdeen and the surrounding areas, so make the most of it. The beaches here are beautiful, whether sand or shingle, and surfing is popular. Did you bring your board?

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3) If the children are getting restless, take them to Codona’s Amusement Park! Situated right next to Aberdeen Beach and Queens Links, this is the perfect place for them to let off some steam on the rides – and you can have a quick game of adventure golf!

4) After that, why not take them to Craigievar Castle? Finished in a lovely shade of pink, it looks like something out of a fairytale – and the interior is delightful!

5) There’s another castle in the area that’s perhaps a little more well-known: Balmoral. That’s right – the royal residence is in Royal Deeside, and the estate is full of entertainment opportunities. You can even go on guided walks and safaris in the Caledonian Pine Forest.

6) If you fancy taking in a bit of history, go to the Gordon Highlanders Museum, where you can learn all about this renowned regiment. See the weapons they used and the medals they won!

7) Indulge in a relaxing stroll in stunning surroundings at Duthie Park, where you can admire ponds and fountains, as well as exotic plants.

8) Even more wide open space is available in the UK’s largest National Park: the Cairngorms. Visit it and you’ll be spoilt for choice!

9) Depending on whether sufficient snow has fallen, you can go skiing at Glenshee or on the Lecht. If the ground is free of a white covering, just put on your hiking boots or get on your bike!

10) One for golf fans, and especially those who don’t have to rush anywhere too soon: why not take a trip to St Andrews? This historic town is, of course, where the Open Championship often takes place!

Ferry Transfers

If your ship has just come into Aberdeen, you might have to get on your way to your next connection – which could mean a journey by train or plane. If you’re wondering how to get to the airport or railway station, you needn’t worry – Airport Cars UK will take care of your Aberdeen ferry terminal connection!

Transfer Time from Ferry Terminal

Aberdeen Airport 7 miles (20-25 minutes)
Dundee Airport 68 miles (90-100 minutes)
Edinburgh Airport 123 miles (150-160 minutes)
Inverness Airport 98 miles (150-160 minutes)
Glasgow Airport 153 miles (180 minutes)
Rail Station 0.6 miles (5-10 minutes)

Don’t worry if your next stop isn’t listed above – Airport Cars UK can take you anywhere. All you need to do is specify the journey details, and we’ll make sure that someone is available to drive you. Why not secure your booking now?

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