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St Andrews & The Kingdom of Fife Tour

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St Andrews & The Kingdom of Fife Tour 2018-04-09T21:56:35+00:00

St. Andrews Tours Including Guided Walks Of The Old Course, Castles, Beaches and Beautiful Scenery 

Golf Tours of Scotland

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EDINBURGH

– Head towards the iconic FORTH ROAD AND RAIL BRIDGE which recently achieved World Heritage status at SOUTH QUEENSFERRY, stop off at South Queensferry ferry slip then onwards to DUNFERMLINE, visiting DUNFERMLINE ABBEY, the final resting place of ROBERT THE BRUCE and birthplace of CHARLES I, the last monarch born in Scotland. Next, you will be taken along the beautiful Fife coastal route visiting quaint fishing villages dating from the 10th and 11th century, stopping off at ANSTRUTHER for lunch. Then on to ST ANDREWS, the home of golf, this town boasts a castle, cathedral, ancient university, fabulous beaches and of course THE ROYAL AND ANCIENT GOLF CLUB. Then head homewards to EDINBURGH.

GLASGOW

–   Head towards the iconic FORT ROAD AND RAIL BRIDGE which recently achieved World Heritage status at SOUTH QUEENSFERRY, stop off at South Queensferry ferry slip then onwards to DUNFERMLINE, visiting DUNFERMLINE ABBEY, the final resting place of ROBERT THE BRUCE and birthplace of CHARLES I, the last monarch born in Scotland. Next, you will be taken along the beautiful Fife coastal route visiting quaint fishing villages dating from the 10th and 11th century, stopping off at ANSTRUTHER for lunch. Then on to ST ANDREWS, the home of golf, this town boasts a castle, cathedral, ancient university, fabulous beaches and of course THE ROYAL AND ANCIENT GOLF CLUB. Then head homewards to GLASGOW.

St Andrews is located on the Fife coast on the east side of Scotland and is easily reached from Glasgow or Edinburgh for a day tour. The town has the oldest university in Scotland with stunning architecture at 700 years old it’s a must see.
The fabulous white sandy beach was us in the movie Chariots of fire
The town castle has underground tunnels that you can climb into, St Andrews Cathedral is one of the largest in Scotland.
And not forgotten the old course used for the open championship ever 8 years regarded by most as the home of Golf, the fact that it’s a public course means it’s open to everyone, you and your Guide stroll the first and last fairways to the Swilkine Bridge and have your picture taken like so many pasts great golfers did.
Tours Of St Andrews & Fife

St Andrews Cathedral, Fife

Tour & Visit St Andrews Cathedral 

St Andrews & Fife Facts

St. Andrews is a small town with rich history and plenty to do located in Fife, Scotland the town has approximately 16,680 people staying there which makes it a very peaceful and quaint area. Fife is made up of other small Scottish towns and villages such as Dunfermline, Buckhaven, Charlestown (Scotland), Inverkeithing and Clackmannanshire bridge.

Fun Venues To Visit in St Andrew’s & Fife

The Kingdom of Fife has lots of rich history much of it far less unravelled than other popular Scottish tour destinations and many other Scots visiting their own country. Here’s a list of venues we recommend you visit on your tour of Fife or if your package tour happens to pass through Fife:
  1. St Andrews Cathedral, The Pends, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9QL.
  2. St Andrews Castle, The Scores, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9AR.
  3. The Swilcan Bridge, St Andrews Old Course, Fife, KY16 9JB.
  4. Falkland Palace, East Port, Falkland, Cupar KY15 7DA.
  5. Dunfermline Abbey, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7PE
  6. Aberdour Castle, Aberdour, Fife KY3 0SL

***These are in no particular order and there are dozens more obscure locations to tour.***

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