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From Edinburgh: St Andrews & Fife's Fishing Villages

1. From Edinburgh: St Andrews & Fife's Fishing Villages

Enjoy a full-day van excursion into the Kingdom of Fife from Edinburgh. Discover the home of golf in St. Andrews, walk thorugh the cobbled streets of Anstruther, and learn about Scottish royal history in the charming village of Falkland. Depart in the morning from Edinburgh, heading north via the Forth Road Bridge. Enjoy sweeping view across the Forth Rail Bridge, one of Scotland's greatest man-made landmarks, at 1.5 miles in length. Cross the bridge into the Kingdom of Fife. Its easternmost stretch of coastline is home to a string of picturesque villages, each having a distinctive character and charm. Stop in the traditional fishing village of Anstruther Stroll down old cobbled streets and the network of alleyways and wynds. Enjoy a walk along the seafront to the harbor. From Anstruther travel north to the medieval town of St. Andrews, where you’ll see its huge Norman cathedral, known to be the largest in Scotland. View the oldest University in Scotland which dates back 6 centuries. Have plenty of time to explore this ancient and interesting town. Drive through the rolling countryside of central Fife which is dotted with small villages and farms until you reach Falkland. Admire views of Falkland Palace which dominates this old village, and was one of the main residences of the Stewarts, an important royal family in Scottish history. See an array of old cottages as you make your way through narrow winding streets. Take some time to wander around the village or stop at one of its traditional pubs or tearooms before hopping back on the bus for the drive back to Edinburgh.

From Edinburgh: The Whiskies and Gins of East Lothian

2. From Edinburgh: The Whiskies and Gins of East Lothian

Depart from Edinburgh in the morning and travel to NB Distillery. This gin producer launched in 2013 with a mission to develop the perfect gin. Taste it yourself and find out whether they have accomplished their goal. The tour continues up the east coast to North Berwick, one of the most beautiful seaside villages of East Lothian. Browse the artisan shops in the village and enjoy lunch in one of the local restaurants. Leave the coastline and arrive at Glenkinchie Distillery, nestled in a peaceful glen. Founded in 1825, the distillery languished in obscurity for over 150 years before becoming an international brand at the end of the 1980s. Find out how the distillery became such a success and sample their Malt Whiskies. From here, it's a short drive back to Edinburgh, through golden wheat and barley fields.

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What people are saying about Fife

Being over 65 I was a bit apprehensive when I saw the size of the bus because I thought I would struggle to get on and off. It was so easy and comfortable and I liked that it had single seats on one side. The driver and tour guide, Charlie, was brilliant He was full of information and quirky stories and played some very appropriate music to keep us all engaged. We had time at the stops to wander about and do our own thing and he gave us lots of tips on where to find different types of food and drink. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I'm only sorry that I did not have any cash on me to give him a tip. He really deserves it.

Keith was a wonderful guide with a great locL knowledge and a good sense of humor. I especially enjoyed his overview of Scottish history.

Lovely visit to St Andrews and Fife. We also visited a fishing village and the Falkland castle

Beautiful historic sites. Great tour group. A must see when visiting Scotland.

Relaxed pace, small group, right amount of information