- Full-day small group tour to St Andrews and Fife by minivan
- Cross the Forth Road Bridge
- Fishing villages of East Neuk
- Plenty of time in St Andrews, home of golf and Scotland's oldest university
- Falkland Palace
- Small group tour with a maximum of 16 people
- Enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your driver/guide on this small group tour
- Comfortable Mercedes minivan
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Fife, Forth Rail BridgePhoto by: Bruce
USA, 06 2011
- St AndrewsPhoto by: Amber L
- East NeukPhoto by: Amber L
- Great day at St Andrews and ...Photo by: paul o
- IMG_3549.JPGPhoto by: Tyler
- IMG_3541.JPGPhoto by: Tyler
- IMG_3527.JPGPhoto by: Tyler
- IMG_3549.JPGPhoto by: Tyler
- IMG_3525.JPGPhoto by: Tyler
- Catman conquers St AndrewsPhoto by: pwcats
- Enjoying the Old CoursePhoto by: Richard W
- St Andrews CathedralPhoto by: Thomas B
USA, 09 2014
- lovely ScotlandPhoto by: Elena L
- cathedral at st andrewsPhoto by: Brittany P
- st andrews old coursePhoto by: Brittany P
- st. andrews bridgePhoto by: Brittany P
- Small fishing townPhoto by: Brittany P
- Forth BridgePhoto by: Brittany P
- Glen on the Burns BridgePhoto by: Glen G
Denmark, 12 2013
- Universite de St AndrewsPhoto by: Sylvie H
What You Can Expect
Traversing the Forth Road Bridge over the Firth of Forth, you’re treated to views of the Forth Rail Bridge, a cantilever railway bridge and UNESCO World Heritage site. Enter the peninsular Kingdom of Fife, surrounded by the Firth of Tay and the North Sea, and listen to anecdotes about the photogenic coastal villages of East Neuk.
Make a stop in the harbor-side town of Anstruther before descending upon St Andrews, a medieval town and 1,000-year-old capital of the Scottish Church. You have free time to stroll around the University of St Andrews — attended by Prince William and the country’s oldest university — and see where golf is played at the Old Course.
Use your complimentary discount card her at local restaurants, shopping and attractions.
On the return drive to Edinburgh, head to Falkland, a village dominated by the imposing Falkland Palace once belonging to Scotland’s royal family. You’ll cross the Lomond Hills and see where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned at Loch Leven.
Winner of the Inaugural Scottish Thistle Award for Sustainable Tourism, October 2007.
Loved the guide Jeanie. Great tour amazing scenery!
The tour was most enjoyable made especially so because of Mike our guide. Mike was extremely
knowledgeable, personable and conducted an excellent tour. The day went quickly and the pace
was just perfect. It is highly recommended and our sincere thanks to Mike for making our day so
We really enjoyed the day we spent going to St Andrews and Fife our guide Derek made the day a lot of fun he had plenty of stories to share and was very informative about the area that we visited my husband really wanted to see the golf course but enjoyed the stop to Faulkner palace and walking thru the town of St. Andrews itself we would recommend this tour to our friends thankyou Louise from Australia
This tour was amazing!
Fantastic tour. Shows a good bit of Scotland. St. Andrews should not be missed, plus the tour leader was really top notch. The small group was also good,
Beautiful course and village. Wonderful tour guide. We could have skipped the Fauklan Castle and gotten back to Edinburgh earlier.
Great trip. Jan did a great job of keeping us engaged throughout the tour with his stories and music. Wonderful sites. Comfortable van.
Matt, our guide for the day was excellent. His knowledge of the area left us feeling we really knew about all the places we visited. The size of the bus meant we could get around easily.
I left a package on the bus and Eas able to collect it the next day.I would not hesitate in recommending Rabbies tours to fellow travelers
Eoin our tour guide was funny, happy, informative and nothing was any trouble. He even sang for us which was not so great ... maybe he can work on that. The day trip was excellent and I loved it.
Loved the feeling walking on the fairway and getting picture taken on the bridge. Very Windy and a beautiful little town to walk and see the sites. Highly recommend if you a true golf fan