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Adult:   £37.00

Child:   £34.00

Child rates apply from 3-12 years inclusive.
We regret that children under 3 are not carried on this tour.

Seasonal Price Range
£37-£39

Tour Type: Small Group Tour


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Dates of Operation

Saturdays and Sundays
All year

Fridays
03 April to 30 October, 2015

Departure Information

Check In: 08:45
Departs: 09:00
Returns: 18:00

From: Highland Experience Tours @ Caffé Nero, 1 Parliament Square, High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1RF

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What's included

• Transport by luxury air-conditioned touring coach
• Live commentary in English
• Services of an experienced tour host
• Service charges and taxes

What's NOT included

• Admission charges unless otherwise stated in the itinerary
• Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
• Gratuity to your tour host

Product Code: HEX 00068

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St Andrews

from Edinburgh

Tour Highlights: Forth Road Bridge, Kingdom of Fife, St Andrews Old Course and East Neuk

St Andrews is famed throughout the World as being the home of Golf, however there is much more to explore in this delightful town, as we will discover on this enjoyable excursion.

Departing from Edinburgh we will soon be crossing the Firth of Forth by the graceful Forth Road Bridge and journey into the Kingdom of Fife. There is a stop in the delightful village of Falkland where we will step back in time when we visit this traditional Scottish village and explore Falkland Palace (optional), the country residence of the Stuart Kings and Queens. The gardens contain the Royal Tennis Court which dates from 1539 and is the oldest in Britain!

On our arrival in St Andrews there will be a short orientation tour of the town before enjoying an extended stop during which time you can explore the many attractions from the ruins of the 13th Century castle to Scotland’s oldest university. Of course St Andrews is renowned as the home of Golf and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the games ruling body for much of the World, is located overlooking the Old Course. The R&A organises the Open Championship which has taken place in St Andrews on many occasions. You can learn more about the game and the important role that this community has played in its development by visiting the British Golf Museum (optional).

The remainder of the afternoon will be spent discovering the picturesque fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife as we meander our way back to Edinburgh.


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