Take a trip from Edinburgh to Fife to visit cultural sites. See the castle, cathedral, and university at St. Andrews, and the golf course. Visit Kingsbarns distillery. Explore Falkland Palace and the fishing villages of Fife, and enjoy a fish supper.
What to Expect
Head north to Fife on a full day of exploring, departing from Edinburgh. You will get a sample of life in the area and come to understand the culture and history of the region.
Your trip begins as you cross the Firth of Forth, passing the famous Forth Railway Bridge, before your first stop, St. Andrews. The town boasts a stunning beach, great cafes and shops, a beautiful university, and an ancient cathedral. Additionally, it is known as the spiritual home of golf.
Next, continue west to Falkland, a beautiful village frozen in time. You can browse the craft shops or visit Falkland Palace, which has the oldest tennis courts in use anywhere in the world. Then make your way to a forgotten corner of Fife, East Neuk. Here you will pass through historic fishing villages and take in the stunning coastal scenery.
At the end of your exploring, make a final stop in Anstruther and enjoy a fish supper feast, a meal fit for a Scot!
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