See some of the most remarkable bridges and beautiful villages of Scotland and immerse yourself in the golf history of Scotland. This St Andrews, Fife and Dunfermline Abbey tour has it all!
Heading west on the South Queensferry and Forth Bridges you will have the chance to take photos of three of the most remarkable bridges in the country. Spectacular Dunfermline Abbey is the first stop on the tour. There will be a chance to walk in the grounds of the Abbey and see the golden tomb of the King of the Scots – Robert the Bruce.
After basking in the glow of royalty, try the best fish and chips in Scotland! Passing Carnegie Hall (Andrew Carnegie, the world famous philanthropist was born here), the tour stops off at the fishing village of Anstruther and aside from trying the local cuisine you can also enjoy the Fisheries Museum or simply enjoy the atmosphere of this charming village. Your tour will then continue onto St Andrews, the home of Golf and the beautiful St Andrews University. Here you will have opportunity to spend 2.5 hours exploring the city.
The final stop on the tour is nestled between two Lomond Hills in the Howe of Fife. Here you can stretch your legs and have the chance to take home great pictures of the village of Falkland. For all Outlander fans out there you may recognise Falkland as the place Claire and Frank went on their honeymoon!
- Hotel Pick Up in central Edinburgh
- Guided Tour with a Fully Trained and Experienced Driver/Guide
- Central Edinburgh city centre drop offs
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Children must be aged 5 years and over in order to travel and must pay the child price and occupy their own seat.
Please note entrance fees and meals are not included on the tour.
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