ST ANDREWS & FIFE
Spend a day in coastal Kingdom of Fife exploring historic villages and one of the most important towns in Scotland! St Andrews and Fife tour with Brambling Bus is the perfect Scottish day out at the birthplace of golf.
- Walk in Falkland
- Fife coastal villages
- Guided tour of St Andrews with its castle, cathedral and university
- Forth Bridge from South Queensferry
Itinerary for our St Andrews and Fife Tour:
We first stop for a walk in historic Falkland, preserved so well that it pretended to be Inverness in the Outlander TV series. We’ll see all the set locations and the Palace with links to Mary, Queen of Scots, and Stuart kings.
Next up are coastal villages of Cellardyke and Anstruther. After a walk through their harbours we can stop for lunch in one of the best Fish & Chips restaurants in Britain.
In St Andrews, we have a look at the Old Course – the birthplace of golf – and the famous West Sands beach.
After that, a walk through the campus of the oldest university in Scotland takes us to the medieval part of town.
Here we first visit the castle with remains of tunnels created during a siege. Just next to it towers the St Andrews Cathedral: the biggest church ever built in Scotland and destination for pilgrims throughout the Middle Ages.
On our last stop in South Queensferry we’ll have a look at the majestic Forth Bridge – the latest Scottish addition to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
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