Athletes with links to the north-east of Scotland took part in the open-top bus tour, which featured three gold medal winners: canoeist Tim Baillie, rower Katherine Grainger and Paralympic cyclist Neil Fachie.
Swimmer Hannah Miley, shooter Jennifer McIntosh and Paralympic cyclist Lora Turnham also joined the parade which was led by the Portlethen and District Pipe Band, followed by a team of torchbearers, Games Makers and volunteers. It followed a route beginning in Castlegate and travelling to Haddo House, stopping off at three Royal Mail post boxes which had been painted gold in honour of the medallists.
The event, organised by Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council, finished with a balcony appearance by all the athletes after they arrived at the Ellon stately home.
Aberdeen Lord Provost George Adam said: "North-east athletes have really done Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire proud this summer, regardless of whether or not they brought home medals, and the parade is a great way to publicly recognise their achievements and those of our army of torchbearers, volunteers and Games Makers."