A series of trail guides have been launched to help people discover historical and natural gems around the city.
The seven family-friendly guides and maps, produced by Aberdeen City Council, are designed to encourage people to tour the city on foot.
The routes include the Aberdeen Coastal Trail, Aberdeen Granite Trail and the Old Aberdeen Trail.
Items in the guides featured include where to see dolphins from the shore, the Andy Scott sculpture Poised at Marischal Square and the historic village of Footdee.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen Barney Crockett said: “These trail guides are a fantastic way for both people who live locally and those visiting to find out about our beautiful city.
“We have an abundance of history, nature and stunning buildings for people to discover in a city which is very walkable, so it’s great these trail guides have been produced.”
Chris Foy, chief executive of VisitAberdeenshire, said the new trails will add an “extra dimension” to any visit to Aberdeen and will encourage visitors to get out and about to explore the city’s natural and built environment all year round.
The guides and maps are available online at aberdeencity.gov.uk/trails and visitabdn.com.
Limited numbers of paper versions will be available at Marischal College, the Town House on Queen Street, at hotels, the tourist information centre on Union Street and various other locations.