Getting here and getting around!
This Kingdom of Fife & St Andrews is very easy to get to and to get around.
Cairnryan Ferry Port
Cairnryan Ferry Port operates direct routes on Scottish ferries from Ireland to ports in the West Coast. From there you can take public transport or drive to the region which is around 140 miles (225km) from Cairnryan.
With Carnegie Tours you can discover and explore the best of Scotland with an exclusive touring service. This is your opportunity to experience the rich tapestry of Scottish history, culture and iconic scenery.
Discover Dunfermline Tours
These tours ensure that no stone is left unturned with fascinating stories of the past. They can adapt tours from an early morning jaunt around key sites, to an afternoon filled with all of Dunfermline’s treasures.
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland’s busiest airport serving both international and national destinations. The airport supports 33 airlines that serve over 188 routes and 12.4m passengers travelled through the airport in 2016.
Golf City Taxis
With a large fleet of taxis and mini cabs, Golf City Taxis are St Andrews’ premier taxi and executive travel company who provide airport pickups, executive travel for golf outings and day trips around Scotland.
Ferrytoll Park & Ride is a bus park & ride scheme from the South of Fife to Edinburgh. Buses from all over the UK stop at Inverkeithing Ferrytoll, where you can continue your journey throughout Fife by bus.
Leuchars Railway Station
Leuchars is the station that serves the towns of Leuchars. It has onsite parking, cycle storage and a reliable bus service. There are buses and taxis available to transfer passengers to nearby St. Andrews which does not have its own station.
Magnum Taxis are a Fife based company, happy to provide airport taxi transfers to and from Edinburgh Airport for St Andrews and surrounding Fife towns and villages. They also offer competitive prices for other airports.
Scottish Gliding Centre
Based on the shores of Loch Leven, the Scottish Gliding Centre is the largest gliding club in Scotland. It provides year-round flying to members and visitors whilst offering a range of courses to suit your experience level and pocket.
Hire a bike from Spokes Cycles, with stores situated in Dundee, Kirkcaldy or from their main shop in St Andrews. You can choose to hire a bicycle daily, weekly or fortnightly, depending on the length of your stay.
St Andrews Taxis
St Andrews are totally committed to delivering one of the most cost effective and reliable car services in Fife today. They have an impressive fleet of luxury cars and a great team of well presented professional drivers.
St Andrews Walking Tour
St Andrews Walking Tour covers the history of St Andrews from its pre-history to the present. Covering the legends of antiquity, the history and traditions of Scotland’s first university, and the stories of the home of golf.
Starfish cover all taxi fares to major northern airports and cities in the UK including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Prestwick, Dundee and Newcastle. The service is highly reliable, tailoring your journey to your every need.
The Fife Coastal Route
The Fife Coastal Route is a National Tourist Route which runs 85 miles around the coast of the region. You can use this route to explore the many towns and villages both around the coast and inland.
Troon Ferry Port
Troon Ferry Port operates direct routes on Scottish ferries from Ireland to ports in the West Coast. From there you can take public transport or drive to the region which is around 90 miles (145 km) from Troon.