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Travel

With Edinburgh just to the south, Dundee and Perth to the north and Glasgow to the south west, Fife is in a great location in Scotland and perfectly accessible for an amazing round of Golf.

Connected to the rest of Scotland by A-roads and the M90 motorway, the peninsula of Fife also connects to the mainland via several bridges: the Forth Road Bridge, the Kincardine Bridge, the Clackmannanshire Bridge and the Tay Road Bridge (which replaced the passenger and vehicle ferry service known as 'the Fifie').

ROAD

The A92 runs through Fife from east to west connecting the Tay Bridge, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline. St Andrews can be reached by the A91, which runs through Cupar and Auchtermuchty and the A915, which travels south to Leven and joins the A92 at Kirkcaldy.

The M90 runs south from Perth, through Fife for access to Edinburgh via the Forth Road Bridge. From here the motorway network opens up to join Stirling to the north, Glasgow and beyond to the west, and England to the south.

BUS

For those looking to get around without a car, the bus is a great option. With stations in Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Dunfermline, St Andrews and Cupar, you can hop on a bus for convenient, reliable and cost-effective travel options to the wider Fife community, and enjoy not having to drive.

TRAIN

The 19 stations in Fife are managed by ScotRail, who operate 95% of the passenger train services in Scotland.

The network in Fife comprises railway lines from Edinburgh travelling north to Dundee and Aberdeen or Perth and Inverness, with the ScotRail line looping to connect towns in Fife.

More than ten towns in Fife are just minutes from each other on the Fife Circle Line, meaning travelling from one town to another is simple.

The East Coast and CrossCountry lines link Fife with Aberdeen, Perth and Inverness to the north, Edinburgh (from there to Glasgow and the west) and London to the south. From Edinburgh, passengers can also join the First TransPennnine Express and Virgin Trains routes.

AIR

Edinburgh Airport
Scotland's capital airport. With more than 40 airlines serving over 100 worldwide destinations, an impressive nine million passengers pass through the airport every year.

The airport offers direct flights to over 20 cities in the UK and Ireland, and over 100 destinations across the world. With its easy-to-reach location, plenty of connection options including road, rail, taxi, bicycle and public transport, it's a really convenient way to reach Fife.

Dundee Airport
Five minutes open for scheduled, private and charter operators. There are regular flights to London Stansted and Jersey (during the summer). Light aircraft are able to land at Dundee Airport.

Glasgow Airport
About an hours drive from Fife and has around 30 airlines serving around 90 destinations around the world.