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St Andrews and Fife Small Group Day Trip from Edinburgh
"Your day trip takes you across the famous Forth Road Bridge giving you a great view of the spectacular Forth Rail Bridge until recently the longest cantilever bridge in the world.Once over the bridge you'll enter the Kingdom of Fife an isolated peninsula surrounded by the waters of the Firth of Forth the Firth of Tay and the North Sea. The highlight is the area known as East Neuk. The small fishing villages hugging the coastline here were infamous as a paradise for smugglers.You'll then stop in Anstruther before traveling to the medieval town the capital of the Scottish Church for almost 1000 years and home to the oldest university in Scotland (600 years)
From GBP36.00
 
East Neuk Treasures Tour from St Andrews
"A wonderful interactive tour around the beautiful East Neuk of Fife an area otherwise known as a 'Strip of Gold on a Beggar's Mantle'. We'll take you on a journey through the lovely rich agricultural landscape along small lanes and roads off the beaten track where the large tour buses cannot go. You'll visit some of the most beautiful and charming villages in Scotland and we stop frequently on route to ensure you have a good opportunity to absorb the magical charm of the area. The treasures of Fife await you"""Enjoy a private tour from St Andrews approximately 4 hours in duration
From GBP145.00
 
East Neuk Treasures Tour from Dundee
"A wonderful interactive tour around the beautiful East Neuk of Fife an area otherwise known as a 'Strip of Gold on a Beggar's Mantle'. We'll take you on a journey through the lovely rich agricultural landscape along small lanes and roads off the beaten track where the large tour buses cannot go. We visit the historic town of St Andrews and some of the most beautiful and charming villages in Scotland.  We stop frequently on route to ensure you have a good opportunity to absorb the magical charm of the area. T"""Enjoy a private tour from Dundee approximately 4 hours in duration
From GBP145.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Perth

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Loch Earn

We stopped of briefly at Loch Earn on our way from Dunfermline to thw west coast. Enjoying a coffee in a secluded layby, we were treaed to the gentle sound of lapping water, and nice views with snow...
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Magical Grandeur at Fingask Castle

In November 2005 I attended a weekend wedding celebration at the 16th Century Fingask Castle, a place that must come under the off the beaten path tip banner as even i was not aware of it's existence...
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Meikleour Beech Hedge

Often not quoted in guidebooks to the area is the Meikleour Beech Hedge, pretty well known locally though.Well its basically a big muckle hedge, infact the tallest in the world. And thats about that,...
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Ancient Route Way - certainly a beaten path, once

Taking time to explore the countryside suddenly pays dividends!!!Just imagine finding this old route, cobbled and linking villages by the chilling "Gallow Hill" and Standing Stones below the hill fort...
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Across the River - Rodney Gardens and Sculptures

When in Perth, make sure you cross over the River Tay and walk through the Gardens there - good place for a picnic - and enjoy the sculptures. There are 3 bridges and its best to walk over the...
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Perth Cobbled Street in Detail

Down narrow side streets (in Perth called Vennels) you often will find beautifully lade cobbled streets, just wide enough for a cart to make its way loaded with produce to/from the harbour on the...
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Perth "Old High Street"

This picture was taken as the light faded, on a wet day in early March, to avoid photographing people.The church - St Pauls - dominates this "forgotten" end of the High Street but is empty and...
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Blair Castle II

A rarity. The piper is one of the Atholl HIghlanders - a member of one of the few private armies still in existence in the UK. This privilege was granted to the Duke of Atholl following a visit by...
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Blair Castle

Dating from 1269, Blair Castle is a couple of miles outside the village of Blair Atholl. Whitewashed, turreted, its location, in its own parkland and surrounding by the brooding Grampian...
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The Hermitage (Dunkeld/Birnam)

Across the Tay from Birnam is the sister community of Birnam (and its the site of the railway station serving both).The village, although famed for the location of Macbeth's moving forest ("I will not...
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Dunkeld

About 12 miles north of Perth is the small town of Dunkeld, proclaimed Scotland's ecclessiastic capital way back in 850. It flourished for more than 800 years before being ransacked by soldiers loyal...
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Kinclaven By Stanley, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 4QN, United Kingdom
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200 Dunkeld Road, Inveralmond, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 3AQ, United Kingdom
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Broxden Roundabout Service Area, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH2 OLP, United Kingdom
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105 Leonard Street, Perthshire, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH2 8HB, United Kingdom
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Things to Do Near Perth

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The Tay Bridge

When we arrived at Dundee, we had to cross the 1.4mile Tay river bridge which spans the estuary of the River Tay between Dundee and Newport-on-Tay. The bridge was designed by William A Fairhurst and...
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Dunfermline Abbey

We decided to take a drive around some places in Scotland and Dunfermline Abbey and Palace grounds just happened to be one of the places we stopped at. We almost didn't get into the Palace grounds,...
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The Roundel

The Roundel is a three storey house which dates from the late 16th century. In Scotland I saw many houses with staircase towers, only all were narrow and tall, this angle stair-tower was fat and...
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St. Salvator's Church

St. Salvator's chapel is part of St. Andrew's University. It was founded in 1450 as a part of Bishop James Kennedy's College of the Holy Saviour and as a Missionary as well. Built in rubble...
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Gates, Arches, Doors and more

Are you like me and find old doors, door knockers, arches, decorative fixtures and fittings from medieval times interesting, then you are going to love your time in St. Andrews. As the city is very...
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St. Andrews Castle

St Andrews has more than the Cathedral ruins, a visit to St. Andrew's castle ruins is another must see! Situated on a point of land overlooking the ocean is where the fortified Castle was built in...
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