Scottish tourism chiefs have launched a television campaign to lure more visitors from England.
Locations from the television adaptation of the Outlander book series have seen an increase in visitor numbers thanks to the show’s success.
Scottish tourist attractions have welcomed an increase in the number of visitors for the fifth year running.
A well-known Aberdeen author has compiled the ultimate tourist’s guide to the city.
Woolworths, “Raggie” Morrisons and Falconers will all feature.
A trail of the north-east's many historic churches has been unveiled.
A new tourism strategy aiming to bring £1 billion of visitor spend into the north-east by 2023 has been welcomed by councillors.
An north-east woman is helping inspire young people to consider careers in tourism and hospitality.
A popular historic novel written in the north-east is to feature in a storybook trail of Scotland.
A “ground-breaking” app that invites the world to step into Scotland has been created as part of a global marketing campaign.
An open day is to be held for young people in the north-east interested in a career within the hospitality industry.
A mum-of-three is set to serve up a helping of fun by transforming a vacant North-east shop unit into a role-play cafe for children.
A North-east clan gathering has received a funding boost from the Scottish Government.
A tourist shop is celebrating after receiving a five-star rating from a national body.
A hostel in the North-east has achieved a five-star rating.
Breweries in the North-east have been featured on a national craft beer map.
Electronic music is to provide the soundtrack to a hugely-popular light festival in Aberdeen next year.
A tourist body has selected four North-east images to highlight Scotland’s status as the most beautiful country in the world.
A guide to a trail featuring 19 of the North-east's most dramatic castles has been published by VisitScotland.
Investment in Aberdeen will help build on a bumper year for visitors, according to a tourism chief.
Tourism agency VisitScotland has reinstated the five-star status of a top Aberdeen hotel after a homophobia row.
A top Aberdeen hotel has had its five-star status suspended after its owner made “derogatory remarks” at a charity dinner.
WORK is under way to transform one of the North-east’s most popular visitor centres into a five-star attraction.