Fife East Scotland
Fife East Scotland is just across the bridges at South Queensferry. The Queensferry Crossing Bridge opened in August 2017 and is for all traffic. The Forth Road Bridge opened in 1964 and is for public transport Taxis and Buses. The Forth Rail Bridge is for trains. Why not take a trip in a taxi across the two road bridges and then take a train from Inverkeithing in Fife back to Edinburgh. Not many have been on all three bridges across the Firth of Forth. The Map below gives places that should be seen when visiting Fife Scotland. Fife Scotland has man famous people and places, Robinson Crusoe’s House where the actual person that was the main character in Daniel Defoe Book lived in Lower Largo Fife Scotland. Andrew Carnegie was one of the riches men in the world was born in Dunfermline Fife Scotland. Robert the Bruce is buried in Dunfermline Abbey Fife Scotland as are many Kings and Queens. St Andrews the home of Golf is in Fife East Scotland also. Fife East Scotland has two thirds of its border on the coast from the Firth of Forth to the Firth of Tay. One of the many places visited by royals was Falkland Palace and Gardens. A place being visited by many id Culross in fife which is used in the Outlander series which has worldwide popularity.
When travelling from Edinburgh by car take the coast road when you cross the bridge follow th sign for Inverkeithing, Dalgety Bay, Aberdour, Burntisland, to the East Nuek of Fife where there are a number of small fishing villages with wonderful scenery, with harbours and good food. Fife East Scotland is a place missed by most visiting Edinburgh and Scotland even though it is only 30 minutes from Edinburgh.