Grampian Escapes and Tours

Collaborating with others our Tours

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Collaborating with others our Tours

One of the greatest benefits of working in tourism is the opportunity to meet lots of new people and share our beautiful corner of Scotland. We have been planning and preparing for several exciting group tours this spring including our first conference package! We are delighted to be able to offer a diverse range of tours for our groups and this is made possible through working closely with partners who have the same passion for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire as we do.

Working with tour partners

One tour partner is Scot Free Tours based in Aberdeen. The team at Scot Free Tours are brilliant at bringing stories of notable Aberdonians to life. Showing off the grandeur of the City Centre, the history of Old Aberdeen these tours are anything but boring names and dates.

The team at Scot Fee Tours tailors each tour to the interest of our groups and weaves in stories which are memorable and entertaining. We know our guests will have the experience they will enjoy. The team at Scot Free Tours are experts in taking walking tours through town and their passion will demonstrate why we are proud of our city.

Grampian Escapes & Tours together with its partners are committed to ensuring our tours offer all our visitors a memorable experience with a little unique twist. For more information on walking tours in Aberdeen follow the link here and if you want to book your group tour then get in touch with us and let us help you plan your weekend break.

 

 

 

 

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Jacqueline van den Akker

Jacqueline van den Akker

Jacqueline is the owner and guide for the business. She creates wonderful tours and experiences for visitors working in collaboration with other independent business in Aberdeenshire to show the best of the Northeast of Scotland.

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