The A92 connects the whole region and is perfect for car touring with many well signposted scenic routes linking the smaller towns and villages. Fife has around 300 miles of on and off-road cycle routes - bring your own or hire a bike in one of the towns.
The Fife Coastal Route is a National Tourist Route which runs 85 miles around the coast of the region. You can use this route to explore the many towns and villages both around the coast and inland.
For more information visit the RAC or Traffic Scotland.
You'll find a range of taxi companies in Fife providing reliable, 24-hour service, so you can travel around the region with ease.
An express coach network links Anstruther, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Glenrothes, Cupar and St Andrews and is complemented by local bus networks in each town.
For more information see Traveline Scotland.
Fife Circle trains make stops at numerous towns and villages in south west Fife while there are also regular trains which run between Edinburgh and Dundee. Bus connections are available between Leuchars (for St Andrews) and St Andrews town centre. For more information see National Rail.