Dundee the first city outside London to get its very own V&A museum. When it comes to Scotland, most travellers focus on the well-worn tourist spots: Edinburgh, Glasgow, and the Highlands. But on the Eastern coast, just ninety minutes north of Edinburgh, the small seaside city of Dundee makes a compelling case for a one- or two-night addition to your Scottish itinerary.

Located on a sweeping bank where the River Tay flows into the North Sea, Dundee is a curious little town that balances its post-industrial history with a buzzing design scene. The city originally thrived as a centre of jute processing, whaling, shipbuilding, and commercial marmalade production—industries which have, needless to say, since waned. Today, as gentrification begins to slowly price young people and artistic types out of Edinburgh and Glasgow, Dundee has become an emerging hub for Scottish creativity.

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