North Queensferry

Fife

Fife has charming villages and towns including well-known St Andrews. Dunfermline has helped put this region on the map, with it's new city status as part of HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. There's much more to Fife that will spoil urban travellers, explorers, cyclists, museum-goers and foodies alike.

Map of Fife

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How to travel to and around Fife

Getting to Fife

Train

Trains run direct from Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Perth to towns including Dunfermline, Leuchars and Burntisland.

You can travel from various stations across the UK straight into Edinburgh Waverley. Or book the Caledonian Sleeper from London and journey overnight in your own cabin, complete with your own bed.

Check out LNER trains along the east coast

Find out more about the Caledonian Sleeper service

Bus and coach

Driving

Flying

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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Train

Driving

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.

 

Lorna

Assistant iCentre Manager, St Andrews

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