Tours of St Andrews
Photo Tours of St Andrews and historic Fife
This private tour visits the home of golf , St Andrews and historic Fife . Tours start at 10 am .
- Queensferry Crossing
- St Andrews
- Falkland Palace
Your journey to Fife takes you over the new Queensferry Crossing with views of the Forth Road Bridge , built in 1964 and the Forth Bridge, a cantilever railway bridge built in the 19th century and UNESCO World Heritage site.
World heritage status is given to sites of “outstanding universal value” with the aim of protecting them for future generations. The distinctive red bridge has carried trains over the Forth since 1890. The award puts it alongside the Pyramids of Egypt, the great Wall of China and the Sydney Opera House in terms of cultural significance.
The bridge, which spans the Firth of Forth between South Queensferry on the outskirts of Edinburgh and North Queensferry in Fife, was opened in 1890 after eight years of construction. Scots call the bridge the eighth wonder of the world .
This village on the Fife coast has a beautiful harbour for leisure and fishing boats .
St Andrews is the home of golf on the coast of Fife . You will be able to see the world famous Old Course and club house . St Andrews is a medieval coastal town with one of the oldest universities in the world with an ancient castle and ruined abbey .
The final stop is at Falkland, a location used in the TV series Outlander . The Bruce Fountain in the town square is where Jamie looks up at Claire in her hotel , watched by Frank . Falkland was transformed into Inverness for Outlander .
- entrance tickets
– private tour for up to four passengers £240
Phone +447305-294773 for bookings and enquiries or contact us online .
- Superior quality silver halide prints
- Archival quality Kodak Endura paper
- original prints from Photogold
Eilean Donan Castle in the Highlands of Scotland. Eilean Donan Castle was the location for Highlander and a James Bond film . The castle is on an island in the middle of 3 lochs . In 1719 it was held by Spanish Jacobites who were supporters of Bonnie Prince Charlie . Three English frigates sailed into Loch Duich and bombarded the castle with cannon fire until it was in ruins. The castle them lay in ruins for nearly 200 years. In 1911 John MacRae-Gilstrap bought the castle and start work to restore the castle over a period of twenty years at a total cost of a quarter of a million pounds. Nowadays the castle is a major tourist attraction in the Highlands and gets thousands of visitors every year. The castle can host wedding ceremonies .