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Dundee & Tayside Local Information
During the Medieval Era, Dundee was the site of many battles. Today, it is known as the City of Discovery, in honour of its long history of scientific activities. One of Scotland's most popular cities to work study and live, flats & houses to rent in Dundee are highly desirable.
Set by the River Tay on one of Europe’s most impressive geographic locations, Dundee is a place where the future is being forged now.
Massive advances in medicine and the development of electronic entertainment are achievements of a city and people famed for their innovation and invention.
The University of Dundee and The University of Abertay Dundee campuses mean an abundance of student letting in Dundee is also available.
Dundee City has a wealth of traditional and modern buildings with many industrial buildings having been redeveloped in to stunning Dundee flats.
Renting a flat or house in the inner districts of Dundee city, as well as some of the outer estates, means choosing from a majority of multi-storey tower blocks from the 1960s.
Being Scotland’s only south-facing city also makes Dundee the warmest and sunniest city in Scotland – a real benefit for those looking to rent property here. Property to rent in Dundee is generally characterised by tall Victorian tenements, mainly four storeys high, built from a honey or brown sandstone.
Dundee has excellent transport link and is accessible by road, air and rail and is within easy commuting distance of nearby Perth & Kinross and also St. Andrews, Leven, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline in Fife.
The ongoing renovation of the city centre/water front, the wealth of entertainment, shopping centres, nightlife, museums and art galleries, not to mention the opening of a new adjunct to the Victoria and Albert museum make Dundee a vibrant and exciting place to live.