99 St Andrews – Dundee

St Andrews - Dundee

A 30-minute tour between St Andrews and Dundee showcases scenic views, historical and cultural destinations, and shopping options.


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No. of Attractions:

7 places to visit

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Journey Duration:

25 minutes

Route Frequency:

Every 10 minutes

Starting point:

St Andrews Bus Station

How to get here

Journey fact:

The Beano, which is the world's longest-running children's comic is published in Dundee.

Journey Overview

The road between Dundee and St Andrews is a scenic route that passes through some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside. As you leave Dundee, you’ll be surrounded by rolling hills and green fields, dotted with farms and small villages. The River Tay is one of the first landmarks you’ll encounter on the journey. The river is Scotland’s longest and provides a stunning backdrop to the landscape, especially when the sun is setting.

This is a trip that winds its way through the countryside, offering stunning views of the hills and valleys. You’ll pass through a number of small villages, each with its own unique character, and you’ll have the opportunity to stop and explore if you like.

As you continue down the road, you’ll come to St Andrews, one of Scotland’s most famous destinations. St Andrews is a beautiful coastal town with a long and fascinating history, and it’s well worth a visit. The town is home to a number of interesting landmarks, including the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral, which was once the largest cathedral in Scotland. St Andrews is also famous for its golf, and the Old Course, one of the oldest golf courses in the world, is a must-visit for golf enthusiasts.

The road between Dundee and St Andrews is a scenic route that takes you through some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside. With its rolling hills, charming villages, historic towns, and stunning coastline, this journey is a must-do for anyone visiting Scotland.

Gateway to the 95

Get a megabus service to Edinburgh and then X59 to St Andrews.

A Fab Day Out!

The 99 bus route from St Andrews to Dundee in Scotland is a stunning journey that showcases the best of Fife’s beautiful countryside and coastal views. The route passes through charming towns and villages, rolling hills, and stunning coastal scenery, making it an ideal way to explore the region’s natural beauty and rich history.

Starting in St Andrews, passengers can explore the historic town’s beautiful architecture and rich cultural heritage, including the world-renowned St Andrews University, the oldest university in Scotland, and the stunning ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. The route then heads out of town, passing through the picturesque village of Guardbridge, which is home to a beautiful nature reserve that offers stunning views of the Firth of Tay.

Continuing on the journey, the bus passes through Leuchars, a charming village that is home to the Leuchars Station, a former RAF airfield that now serves as a training facility for the British Army. The route then takes passengers to the beautiful village of St Michaels, which boasts a range of historic buildings and beautiful scenery, including the stunning St Michaels Parish Church and the picturesque Eden Estuary.

As the bus continues on its journey, passengers are treated to breathtaking views of the rolling hills and stunning coastline of Fife. The route then passes through the charming village of Pickletillum, where visitors can explore the beautiful Pickletillum Gardens, a popular park that is home to a range of wildlife and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Finally, the bus arrives in Newport-on-Tay, a picturesque town that boasts stunning views of the Firth of Tay and is home to a range of attractions, including the beautiful Newport-on-Tay Golf Club and the popular Riverside Nature Park. The journey concludes in Dundee, a bustling city that is home to a range of museums, galleries, and historic landmarks, including the award-winning V&A Dundee museum and the 15th-century Dundee Law, a hill that offers stunning views of the city and its surroundings.

How to get here...

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