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Aberdeen’s international crime writing festival, Granite Noir, goes online this weekend with a series of talks and events with some of the best crime fiction authors from around the world. Aberdeen Performing Arts Chief Executive, Jane Spiers, tells us the five things to know about Granite Noir ahead of the weekend.
In this list, I’ll be recommending some tried and tested frequents for students in Aberdeen that will satisfy a range of different tastes. Hopefully this will provide you with some inspiration for things to do when everything returns to normal and we can all fully enjoy the city again!
Scotland is renowned for its breath-taking scenery, vast landscapes and rugged mountains. In fact, it’s home to 282 Munros (a Scottish mountain over 3,000ft) and 30 of these Munros are in Aberdeenshire including 4 of the 5 highest mountains in the UK.
From the mountains to the sea, along the river the opportunities for cycling in Aberdeenshire are as varied as the landscape.