The Kingdom of Fife is a beautiful area to the North of Edinburgh. With its industrious towns in the south west to the picturesque fishing villages of the ‘East Neuk’ and the world-famous home of golf and University town of St Andrews. Fife has a varied and interesting history and is an important region in history and in modern Scotland.

Each one of our private tours is conducted in our premium Mercedes Benz minivans, ensuring your comfort as we venture along the small cobbled streets around Edinburgh and narrow back roads of Scotland.

Your knowledgable kilt-wearing driver & guide will tell you the stories and show you the sights on this tour. We offer flexibility and your time inside and outside the vehicle is up to you.

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The Forth Bridges
Upon departure from your accommodation or meeting point we leave Edinburgh and cross the Forth bridges at Queensferry. The famous cantilever designed Forth Rail Bridge, opened in 1890 can be seen spanning the river next to the 1964 road bridge, now replaced by the 2017 Queensferry Crossing.

The East Neuk
We follow the Fife coastal route through initially industrial towns which were historically mining, brewing and distilling and still carry a rich heritage of their industrial pasts. As we pass Lundin Links, we start exploring the picturesque East Neuk of fife. This sleepy agricultural peninsula offers stunning views from the coastal road as we pass through the fishing villages of Pittenweem, Anstruther and Crail. These towns are full of character, with old fishing boats, cobbled winding streets and small cottages lining the harbour.

St Andrews
As we travel further north we start to see the outline of the town town of St Andrews. There has been a settlement at St Andrews since the 6th Century and has been a key part of Scotland’s Religious, Educational and cultural development. The town has many interesting and varied places to visit not least the Cathedral, University and the iconic fairway of the Old Course.

The Home of Golf
St Andrews is known as the home of golf and is a pilgrimage for golfers from across the world. No visit to St Andrews is complete without seeing the famous fairway on the Royal And Ancient Golf Club Of St Andrews before driving across the green (between golfers!) and taking a photo at the Swilcan Bridge with the St Andrews Links clubhouse in the background.

St Andrews Castle
This important 13th century medieval castle offers a fascinating history and is worth a visit during our time in the town. Situated on The Scores, the Castle was ruined a number of times in the Scottish Wars of Independence, was a prison and was held under siege in 1546 as part of the Scottish Reformation. Despite additional fortification being added to the castle a fleet of French ships ended the siege with heavy artillery bombardment in 1574. There are many interesting parts of the castle to explore including secret tunnels (only rediscovered in the 19th century) and a Bottle Dungeon, so called after its narrow neck and large inescapable body.

St Andrews Cathedral
Constructed from 1160 by Bishop Arnold, the medieval Cathedral once dominated St Andrews. The largest Cathedral in Scotland and one of the largest in Europe it was the seat of the Church of Scotland and visited by many pilgrims from across Europe. Today the cathedral lays in ruins, a victim initially of the Reformation in Scotland in 1599 and subsequent decay and sacking for building materials. No visit is complete without climbing 33 meters to the top of St Rules Tower to admire the views for miles around.

Falkland Palace
Having completed our trip to St Andrews we venture west and if we have time we will stop at Falkland Palace, a 13th century hunting lodge which was the resting site of King James V, father of Mary, Queen of Scots who passed away when Mary was only 6 days old. His body lay in the chapel at Falkland Palace for almost a month before being carried to Holyrood in Edinburgh.


Each tour we operate is unique and designed to your requirements. Here is an example of this tours route…

November 20, 2019
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 141.17 miles
  • Time 4 h 4 min
  • Speed 35 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 0 ft
  • Climb 0 ft
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We are passionate, professional and full of personality. Let us share our knowledge of Scotland


We’ll collect & return you at the start and end of the tour


Premium still and sparkling Scottish water is provided in glass bottles


Our minivans offer luxury interiors and excellent legroom for up to 7 people and their bags


Stay connected to friends and family on tour with unlimited super-fast wifi

5 star review

His commentary and Scottish history stories were second to none. He took us for lunch at a local Scottish restaurant..

Mark B, October 2019

5 star review

Struan showed us to many of the locations from Outlander; the logistics were seamless travelling from place to place in a really nice minivan…

Gerald G, October 2019

5 star review

if we could give 10 stars instead of 5 we would. His performance and our experience was exceptional…

Allan J, September 2019

5 star review

He knew his history, and looked great in a kilt. He was very informative about all aspects about traveling to Scotland…

Alice B, September 2019

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