St Andrews Castle
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Get a ticket to access both the Castle and Cathedral. At the cathedral you will receive a token to give access to St Rules Tower, from the top you have a great birds eye view of St Andrews.
A brutal ruin with an amazing history - the bottle dungeon and siege tunnels are not for the faint hearted.
Can feel a little pricey but well worth a visit to experience the views and the tunnel under the moat back to the street. Get your friends to stand by the drain on the corner of N Castle St and the Scores and you can shout up at them!
St Andrew's Castle is a ruin located in the coastal Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. The castle sits on a rocky promontory overlooking a small beach called Castle Sands and the adjoining North Sea. There has been a castle standing at the site since the times of Bishop Roger, son of the…
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“Scotland's largest cathedral and former premier ecclesiastical seat is just round the corner.”
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“Swimming pool adjacent to the east sands beach with rock pools and walls to the harbour along the beach . ”
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“The museum is ok if you like old golf stuff, but I like to use the cafe upstairs for good quality, quick and reasonably priced meals for breakfast or lunch. Fantastics views down the West Sands too.”
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“There is a wide selection of places to eat in St. Andrews but one of my favourites is a restaurant called Forgans, here you will be able to sample traditional Scottish dishes and the atmosphere and decor is wonderful. Also, every Saturday night they host a traditional Scottish Ceilidh, think of it like a Scottish barn dance with traditional music and dancing, don’t worry they will teach you the moves and you will have brilliant fun! This is from 10:30pm so you could really make some amazing Scottish memories in a beautiful setting with great food and even better local drinks! You will need to book in advance though because it is really popular with tourists and locals alike.”
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