St Andrews, Falkland and the fishing villages of the east coast.

Forth Road Bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a railway bridge over the Firth of Forth connecting the Scottish capital with the Fife region.

Anstruther is a small coastal resort town in the Fife region, a former fishing village famous for its fish shops and restaurants, and home to the Fisheries Museum.

The old town of St Andrews has a thousand-year history and is home to Scotland's oldest university, St Andrews University.

St Andrew's Cathedral - St Andrew's Cathedral was the center of Scottish Christianity from its construction in the 12th century until its destruction during the Reformation. The ruins of the cathedral indicate its enormous size for the early Middle Ages. The tower of St. Rule (St Rule’s tower), nave of the cathedral, vaulted entrance.

The Old Course of St Andrews, home to the oldest golf course and one of the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs in the world - The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.

The historic village of Falkland is an ancient town in Fife with a French-style royal hunting palace and the world's oldest tennis hall.