Places you explore:
Forth Bridges: An incredible engineering feat. A gorgeous location photos and coffee. The UNESCO recognised world heritage site is beautiful and as such, an ideal first stop when visiting St Andrews from Edinburgh.
Anstruther: The coastal region of Fife is peppered with old fishing villages. The village of Anstruther is a wonderfully quaint traditonal village and because of this is ideal for a stroll and coffee.
St Andrews Cathedral: The ruined Cathedral was once one of Scotland’s most magnificent buildings, making it an imposing landmark.
St Andrews Old Town: Over 1000 years of history in the beautiful University town. As a result, exploring the cobbled streets and enjoying the cafes, restaurants and historical sites is fantastic.
The Old Course: St Andrews is recognised worldwide as the ‘ Home of Golf ‘ Once banned in the 15th-century, Golf is still he heartbeat of St Andrews. Visiting the Golf Museum and seeing first hand the famous 18th hole is a must.
Historic Village of Falkland: Outlander fans will recognise the quiant village of Falkland having been used in the TV series as a filming location. A a result, Falkland attacts fans of Jamie and Clare. A serene setting and a lovely stop. See our Outlander Day Tour
St Andrews Day Tour
Book your day tour to St Andrews and experience the ancient University town first hand.
Visiting St Andrews from Edinburgh, Scotlands capital city is a very popular day tour and as a result, tour dates book up quickly.
Scottish Guided Tours offer private tours of Scotland.
Private Scottish Tour Guide and private transport, exclusively for your group.
Our sightseeing tours depart from all over Scotland including Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Visit the “Home of Golf”
The ancient University town is world-famous for golf and as a result, a must see is the Golf Museum.
The “Open” and the Old Course are synonymous with this picturesque University town. Both the 18th Green and Golf Museum are close together, making them convenient and unique attractions.
Seven golf courses in total lie within St Andrews.
The Old Course is the most iconic and make St Andrews from Edinburgh a wonderful private guided tour.
As such, you are never far from a golf course or a golf shop.
Because of this, tee times are sought after and the St Andrews Golf will always keep you upto date with forth coming events.
9.30 Forth Bridges
10.45 Anstruther Fishing Village
12.00 Arrive St Andrews
16.00 Falkland Village
Pick Up & Duration
Meeting Location: I shall pick you up on the morning of your tour at your hotel, vacation accommodation or a predetermined point.
End Location: I shall drop you off after your tour, at your hotel, vacation accommodation or a place or location you wish.
Duration: 9 hours
Transportation is in a brand new vehicle with A/C and lots of space for both you and your fellow travellers.
Scottish Spring water is provided also.
Services of a Private Guide
Estimated Cash Needed
20 -40 GBP – Sometimes handy to have a little cash for small coffee shops or stores, although most will take card.
Entry to historical buildings, castles or attractions are not included. Thank you.