Dundee The Essential
Interesting
Situated on the north bank of the River Tay, Dundee has long been a flourishing town; its 19C prosperity was due to the three "j's"; jam, jute, and journalism. Until the First World War, the city was the principal British whaling port, and its current harbour remains busy. Scotland's fourth city is the seat of a university and a technology hub. A printer, James Chalmers, invented the adhesive postage stamp in Dundee in 1834.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Dundee
Verdant Works
Verdant Works
In its hey-day, jute production in
90 minutes
Discovery Point
Discovery Point
Designed in Dundee in 1901 especially
The Frigate Unicorn
The Frigate Unicorn
This 46-gun frigate was commissioned by
90 minutes
Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum - McManus Galleries
Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum - McManus Galleries
On the ground floor of an extremely
90 minutes
Dundee Law
Dundee Law
From the top of this filled volcanic
15 minutes
St Mary's
St Mary's
This is the oldest building in Dundee
15 minutes