North Queensferry


Fife is known for its charming villages and towns scattered along the coast and countryside. It also has some bigger towns and cities you can explore, from golf town St Andrews to Scotland's newest city, Dunfermline. There's much more to Fife that will spoil urban travellers, explorers, cyclists, museum-goers and foodies alike.

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How to travel to and around Fife

Getting to Fife

Bus and coach

Buses from all over the UK stop at Inverkeithing Ferrytoll, where you can continue your journey throughout Fife by bus.

New self-driving bus route

Sit back and take in the views across the Firth of Forth on a self-driving bus! Launching in May 2023, you can travel between two transport exchanges across the Forth Road Bridge.

It’s the most ambitious and complex autonomous bus pilot in the world!

Find out more and book your journey




Getting around Fife

Bus and coach

An express coach network links Anstruther, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Glenrothes, Cupar and St Andrews and is complemented by local bus networks in each town.

Find a list of all bus companies in Fife

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A tip from your local expert

Mountain biker on a cycle route in Tentsmuir Forest

© Kenny Lam, all rights reserved.

Explore the Tentsmuir forest, just 10 miles north of St Andrews. Well-maintained forest trails dip and weave between tall trees and open sand dunes. Filled with rich wildlife and wildflowers, you might spot red squirrel or basking seals.



Assistant iCentre Manager, St Andrews

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