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Everything went perfectly as planned. Just the right amount of time at each stop. Highly recommend it.
It was an excellent trip...Tony was a very knowledgable and safe driver...highly recommended
Our guide/driver was Bob, who had a great sense of humour and was very knowledgeable and accommodating. Loved the old golf course at Saint Andrews and the stop at Falkirk. A thoroughly enjoyable day out.
Shelby was both driver and guide and did a wonderful job. She knows the history and how to present it so learning it is fun.
We have done a lot of tours through Viator in many European cities and every tour operator has been outstanding.
We were very pleased with our trip and the guide was exceptional.
My friends are envious of me for being able to go on to the course. The whole Fife area was very interesting. I learned quite a bit about the area, that I never knew before.
First class tour. Mike was an excellent driver and as a guide he was knowledgeable, interesting and amusing. He was very considerate of his passengers and allowed regular stops for loos and refreshments. We felt that Mike went out of his way to find the best and most scenic places whilst providing a relaxed and informative day. Never having done a tour like this before we did not know what to expect, but we were so impressed that we plan to use Rabbies Tours again when next in Edinburgh.
Excellent tour!! Our guide Shelby was AMAZING!! She was very knowledgeable and informative. I would go on any tour that she's on. The length of time at every stop was very good - never felt rushed.
Well, St. Andrews and typical Scottish weather - cold, windy, and wet. Still, we had a wonderful time along the coast of Fife visiting small villages and with three hours or so in the town of St. Andrews, we had plenty of time to walk part of the Old Course, tour the British Golf Museum, eat lunch, and dodge the puddles. I definitely recommend small group tours instead of a big bus.
This was an amazing trip! The guide was fantastic! He had immense knowledge about the area and the history and was willing to answer any questions we had. He made an effort to speak with everyone individually and to get to known them a little. The sights were fantastic and overall an absolute treasure to go on. He gave us lots of information and suggestions of things to do and places to eat, no matter the budget. It was a splendid way to see St. Andrea's and Fife! I would gladly do it again!