Visit the treasures of the East Neuk Of Fife & the home of Golf
Have you ever wanted to see the home of Golf or where Prince William met Kate?
This a lovely day where along the way to St Andrew we will visit Dunfermline Abbey the final resting place of Robert The Bruce & St Margaret. After we have explored the grave of our very own Outlaw King we can travel to the stunning seaside village of Anstruther where we will taste some of the best Fish & Chips in Scotland from the multi-award winning chip shop. After lunch we will explore St Andrews before our return home.
You will be collected from your hotel and we will travel along the east coast of Scotland visiting the following locations:
You will have the opportunity to explore each of these locations as well as stopping for lunch at an award-winning fish and chip shop in Anstruther.
At the end of the day, you will be dropped back at your hotel.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
You will be driven in a new, 2016 model Volkswagen Transporter T6 combi vehicle. The vehicle is maintained to the highest standard, is clean, very comfortable and air-conditioned.
I can accommodate a maximum of 5 passengers. If your party has more than 5 please contact me, a larger vehicle can be arranged at an additional cost.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 GBP - This will be more than enough to cover lunch and any admission costs.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
Please note; I am not a licensed guide and will not be able to guide you inside of historical monuments. I can, however, accompany you inside and provide a brief overview.
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This was a great introduction to Fife and surrounds. James picked us up in Edinburgh and dropped us off in St. Andrews--a real gift--while introducing us to the area and some amazing Fish & Chips. His vehicle is wonderful--lots of windows--and we enjoyed his commentary along the way.