Explore the historic county of Scotland and discover its majestic wonders as you tour around its main attractions and sights.
Embark on a tour to the northern part of the Highlands highlighting the historic county of Fife and marvel on the beautiful coastal and scenic views along the way. Get a chance to see the famous Forth Railway Bridge, an impressive Victorian engineering, as you cross the Firth of Forth.
Start the tour at East Neuk. Considered as the forgotten corner of Fife, East Neuk has one of the most beautiful coastal scenery and historic fishing villages with attractions and facilities suitable for everyone.
Get a chance to visit Kingsbarns Distillery and enjoy a tasting of whisky as you tour around the distillery giving you an insight of whisky production. Take some time to drop by at their café to have a taste of their delectable snacks or walk around the charming Cambo Gardens.
Continue to the remarkable St Andrews, another attraction in the area. Dubbed as the spiritual home of golf, St Andrews is a place golf enthusiasts must visit. Aside from golf, St. Andrews also boasts a wonderful scenic beach, great cafes and shops, magnificent university and an historic cathedral.
Lastly, head towards Falkland and walk around its fascinating village as you visit the craft shops in the area. With an option to explore the notable Falkland Palace, have a glimpse of the oldest tennis court in the world.
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Forth Railway Bridge
This tour is all about Fife and to get there, you will cross the Firth of Forth. This is your perfect chance to get a photograph of the famous Forth Railway Bridge.
St Andrews is the star attraction of this tour. As the spiritual home of golf, it is a must see for all devotees of the game, but it also boasts a stunning beach, great cafes and shops, a beautiful university and an ancient cathedral.
Kingsbarns Whisky Distillery (optional)
You will then stop at Kingsbarns Distillery and visitor center to learn about the process of whisky, alternatively you can relax at the café or go for a walk at Cambo Gardens.
Falkland Castle (optional)
You can browse the craft shops and there is an option of visiting the Palace, which has the oldest tennis courts in use anywhere in the world.
You’ll also explore the East Neuk. This is an often forgotten corner of Fife that has some particularly beautiful historic fishing villages and stunning coastal scenery.
Traditional Fish Supper
To finish, you’ll stop at Anstruther and have the chance to experience an award-winning “fish supper” (as it’s known to true Scots). Then you’ll head home full of good food and good memories.
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Price & Options
Children 3 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Due to the size and type of vehicles used, luggage is restricted to one small/medium size bag.
Students must bring a valid school ID.
When Falkland Palace is closed (November – February), there will be a longer stop at St Andrews.
Smoking is not permitted on any of the tour vehicles.
Optional extra sites are subject to seasonal availability.
The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 08:45:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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9.5 - 11 hour(s)