• BY ROAD
  • BY RAIL
  • BY AIR
  • BY SEA
  • BY CYCLE

 

BY ROAD

Driving through Fife is quick and easy. From Dundee and the Tay Bridge, the A92 connects Fife’s north communities with Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline while the M90 and Forth Road Bridge to the south provide fast transit to Edinburgh as well as access to central Scotland’s motorway network to Glasgow, the south and beyond.

In Fife, the bus is an excellent option. Major stations in Fife’s principal towns of Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, St Andrews and Cupar provide convenient, reliable and cost-effective transport to the wider Fife community. These major stations are also served by national bus providers linking Fife to the rest of Scotland and beyond.

The Inverkeithing Ferry Toll also provides a speedy and frequent link to Edinburgh city centre and to Edinburgh International Airport!

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BY RAIL

Fife is well served by trains with 18 stations serving the local and national network.

Several Fife stations are located on the East Coast main line which links London with Aberdeen while a number of stations are also served by the main highland line to Perth, Inverness and beyond.

Commuters are also well serviced with direct trains to Glasgow Queen Street and a very regular service to and from Edinburgh’s Gyle, Haymarket and Waverley stations.

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BY AIR

Less than 30 minutes drive from Fife, Edinburgh International Airport provides a direct connection to over 20 UK and Ireland cities and access to over 100 worldwide destinations including direct flights to several of Europe’s principal cities, the USA and Canada.

To the north, Dundee airport also provides a domestic service to major UK cities including London, Birmingham and Belfast.

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BY SEA

With water on three sides, the sea has played a significant part in shaping the social and cultural fabric of Fife. From the stone-walled fishing villages of the East Neuk to the shipbuilding yards of Burntisland and the industrial ports of Methil and Leven the impact of the sea is evident.

And Fife’s relationship with the sea continues through Forth-Ports and the Port of Rosyth. Rosyth is home to Scotland’s largest freight port and to Scotland’s only direct passenger ferry link to Europe – the Norfolkline Rosyth - Zeebrugge service.

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BY CYCLING

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Fife has one of the UK's most comprehensive cycle routes. Explore 300 miles (500km) of cycle route along quiet country lanes, disused railway lines and forest tracks as well as commuter routes in towns.

Eleven clear and easy to use maps are available to help cyclists navigate Fife’s 24 circular cycle routes and five town networks.

Find out more at Fife Cycleways.