St. Andrews (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... University (most recently famous as being the university where Prince William studied) and has many other attractions. You can have a look at some of the many Uni buildings spread around the town, visit the Aquarium, town museum, Preservation Trust Museum, Crawford Arts Centre, Castle, Cathedral and don't forget to have a look at at least one of the three beaches! Even just walking through the main streets of the town you will get a feel for the history of the place - St Andrews was the scene of many key events in Scotland's rich history. There are many lovely shops - some chain shops while many are independent gift shops, etc and y... more
Customer St. Andrews (Scotland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/11/08 (Very useful, 84 readings)
St Andrews is undoubtedly most famous as being the home of golf. While you can do a lot of golfy things in the town - visit many golf courses (including the Old Course), the British Golf Museum, etc there is also a lot more on offer in the ancient 'city'. The town is also home to St Andrews University (most recently famous as being the university where Prince William studied) and has many other attractions. You can have a look at some of the many Uni buildings spread around the town, visit the Aquarium, town museum, Preservation Trust Museum, Crawford Arts Centre, Castle, Cathedral and don't forget to have a look at at least one of the three beaches! Even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/08 (Very useful, 46 readings)
St. Andrews is a coastal town situated on Scotland East Coast between Dundee and Edinburgh and is most notably famous in recent times for its golfing attractions. Basically its a coastal town made famous because Prince William attended its University, and because it is home to the Old Course. **Top Tip** If you plan to visit here, id recommend you do it outside of university term times as the place dramatically changes when the students are around, and not for the better. **Weather** Inside the town the weather is fine and just like anywhere else youd expect in Scotland, nothing amazing and quite wet. Although being on the ... Read the complete review
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