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Starting your journey in Edinburgh, but want to see a bit more of Scotland? Grab your coat and your camera and take a look at our inspiration for fun days out in the area. All of the suggested destinations are easy to reach by bus, making exploring East Scotland using public transport really simple. Many of our bus and coach services feature free WiFi and device charging points on board, so it's easy to get those Instagram snaps posted! All of our services accept contactless payments too.
The full details of which service you'll need to use for your trip, suggested travel times and ideas of things to do are all in the itineraries below.
Discover the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral and St Andrews Castle. Visit the British Golf Museum and try out “The Himalayas” putting green.
Visit Perth Museum & art gallery to learn about the area’s history. Take a walk along the riverside, complete with a picnic at North Inch (park) or lunch at one of the many great local cafés.
Explore picturesque St Monans and stop for an ice cream in Pittenweem. Visit the Anstruther Fishing Museum and then grab some famous fish and chips from the Anstruther Fish Bar.
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The Visit Scotland website contains a huge amount of information on places to visit across the country, including places to stay, places to eat and so much more.