Aberdonians will be encouraged to become tourists in their own city with the launch of a series of street food tours.
The events will cover a range of cuisines and have been organised as part of Aberdeen Restaurant Week, which takes place from February 26 to March 1.
It was first held in 2018 when restaurants laid on special set-price menus to encourage trade during a traditionally quiet time.
And this year organisers have added cookery classes and food tours to further highlight the range of cuisines on offer in the city.
Kate Timperley, Aberdeen Inspired senior project manager, said: “We want to encourage residents and visitors alike to explore Aberdeen in a new and fun way through these interactive events.
“From fusion to Latin American and Caribbean, there will be plenty to tempt the tastebuds and we would urge people to book as soon as possible as we think the events will prove popular.”
Jacqueline van den Akker, from Grampian Escapes and Tours, said: “In places like Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast and Bristol, food tours have been running for years and I am excited to work with venues in Aberdeen and offer the first street food tour in the city.”