Broad Street, Aberdeen

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  • Aberdeen: Walking City and Food Tour

    1. Aberdeen: Walking City and Food Tour

    Take a guided 3-hour walk through the city of Aberdeen to discover its history and food culture. Start your tour at Marischal College, the second largest granite building in the world. Your guide will explain the city’s coat of arms and why the leopard is the animal of Aberdeen, as you taste a local delicacy.  Continue to one of the largest monuments in Aberdeen where you’ll make a toast William Wallace, the Scottish national hero. Visit the Kirk of Saint Nicholas walk down some of the oldest streets in town, and admire the range of urban art and murals in the city.  Wander down to the harbor to see the UK’s oldest company and the Maritime Museum, before finishing with a drink from one of the city’s craft brewers or distillers. Enjoy plenty of food samples along the way, so you won’t go hungry on this tour.

    I really enjoyed this evening tour. Jacqueline pointed out buildings dating to the 16th century which were tucked away down narrow side streets which I wouldn't normally have noticed. She also explained how the city was established and Union Street constructed in 1801. She also showed us interesting black and white aerial photos of the splendid Marischal College which showed a large quad of manicured lawns in the interior, not visible from the outside at ground level. Jacqueline took us to places for food tasting including delicious cullen skink and she also had prepared for us homemade oatcakes. Cocktails at a bar to finish. A great evening out, educational and also fun.

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I really enjoyed this evening tour. Jacqueline pointed out buildings dating to the 16th century which were tucked away down narrow side streets which I wouldn't normally have noticed. She also explained how the city was established and Union Street constructed in 1801. She also showed us interesting black and white aerial photos of the splendid Marischal College which showed a large quad of manicured lawns in the interior, not visible from the outside at ground level. Jacqueline took us to places for food tasting including delicious cullen skink and she also had prepared for us homemade oatcakes. Cocktails at a bar to finish. A great evening out, educational and also fun.