If you find yourself with a few spare hours in the city of Aberdeen why not arrange a fantastic half-day of history and craft beer. The tour takes you through the historic centre of the city of Aberdeen. Discover how the city grew to be the size it is today and the points of history which lead to it’s growth and learn some quirky facts about 19th century Aberdonians and their love of drinking and what measures were put in place to curb it!
The walk weaves it’s way through the bustling, silvery, granite city centre and passes by some key areas and sights:
Beer has always been an Aberdeen tradition and this walk has a modern-day slant by tasting some half-pints of local brewers wares on the way. Stop offs at 5 fantastic beer venues on the city for a half-pint and a natter about all things Aberdeenshire beer.
The aim of this tour is, lots of fun! What’s not to like? A bit of history with some fresh, zesty, local beer to boot!
Suitable for groups up to 10 people. Can be private or mixed. If there is a preference for a private tour, please ask at booking enquiry stage. It is possible for this tour to double up with our whisky walk for a full day.
The walk will be a maximum of two-and-a-half miles over the period with regular stops. Decent walking shoes will make life more comfortable.
Meet at 2pm at the historic “Mercat Cross” in Castlegate for the start of our walk. \
the walk then takes in:
and, of course:
– Standard – Basic level accommodation costed in any tour priced including accommodation.
– Premium – Higher grade likely to include breakfast or standard level accommodation in an area where general costs of accommodation are higher due to seasonality.
– Luxury – Superior high level accommodation likely to be graded 5* by the Scottish Tourist Board and likely to include dinner in the package. Availability for this can be limited in some areas.
PLEASE NOTE: WHERE AN ADJUSTMENT TO COST OF ACCOMMODATION HAS TO BE MADE, UP OR DOWN, AN ADJUSTMENT INVOICE OR CREDIT WILL BE ISSUED ONCE ACCOMMODATION IS FINALISED.
Please note that this tour will require 0.5 consecutive days free in the calendar.