A little about the tour:
Edinburgh we cross the Firth of Forth into the Great
Kingdom of Fife. Keeping to the East Coast, and driving
through some little fishing villages, we stop off at
Lower Largo, the home town of Alexander Selkirk, who
was thought to be the inspiration for the book Robinson
Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.
Then it's on to St Andrews, the home of golf. St Andrews has more to offer then just golf but you can't visit St Andrews without seeing the famous old course where you can walk in the footsteps of the worlds greatest golfers. You can visit the Golf Museum, and then from there we will drive into the ancient town itself where you can have lunch then walk along one of Scotland's most stunning towns. You may want to visit the museum and Crawford Arts Centre. There are the ruins of the cathedral and the castle to enjoy together with their fascinating visitor centres, and much more besides, before sitting back in the comfort of the chauffeur driven car to return safely to your hotel.
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