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Doubletree by Hilton Aberdeen City
This elegant 4-star hotel is located close to Aberdeen City Centre and has lovely views across Aberdeen seafront. It features a swimming pool, spa and a selection of restaurants serving different types of food.
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Full Day: North Mainland
We travel via Voe and Bra to the ‘Drongs’ – a spectacular series of sea stacks, then visit the Tangwick Haa Museum. In the afternoon we have a guided tour of Shetland Jewellery Workshop, where gold and silver jewellery is handcrafted using traditional Nordic themes. We make our way back to Lerwick via Wormadale Viewpoint, with a final stop at the Shetland Museums.
Full Day: Northern Isles
Arriving into Lerwick, we have breakfast on board the ship then a local experienced guide will meet us at the ferry terminal to escort us on today’s excursion. We’ll depart for the Northern Isles, comprising of the smaller islands of Yell and Unst. We’ll have a photo stop at the vast Sullom Voe Oil Terminal before we catch the ferry to Yell. There will be a visit to the Old Haa Museum – full of unusual artefacts from the lives of islanders. We then continue across and take the short ferry ride to Unst, with many beautiful beaches, it was the home for decades to the RAF. There will be an included soup and sandwich lunch before we then go to Muckle Flugga, the most northern tip of the UK to take in the spectacular views. Finally we’ll see a replica Viking Long Ship before we return to Lerwick.
Full Day: South And West Mainland
Today we’ll set off on a coastal tour towards Sumburgh Head RSPB, stopping at St Ninian’s – probably the best beach on Shetland. Nearby, view the cliff scenery, golden beaches and seabird colonies. Afterwards we visit Jarlshof archaeological site – one of Europe’s largest and most complex sites spanning over 5000 years up to the 1600’s. In the afternoon there will be a photo stop of Shetland Ponies, before we arrive in Scalloway, the former capital of The Shetlands. Here we visit the museum displaying local island exhibitions and local history and folklore.