Our top recommended things to do in Dunfermline, Fife and beyond

1              Golf – St Andrews is the home pf golf, and fife is home to some of the finest links golf In the world.  Play 13 great courses in the Home of Golf - from just £20 per round - www.firstinfifegolf.com

2              Watch Dunfermline FC – now in Scottish Leagud Divison one, the pars will be keen to get back into the Premier league at the first time of asking               www.dafc.co.uk/page/Home

3              Visit Knockhill Racing Circuit - Located just 6 miles from Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline is Knockhill Racing Circuit, Scotland’s National Motorsports Centre. It is the premier place in Fife to experience high speed thrills, customised motor shows, stock car and motor bike racing or even go-karting.          www.knockhill.com

4              Go to Musselburgh races - Located just 6 miles from Edinburgh, Musselburgh Racecourse has top rate facilities, services and staff. As an award winning, 5 star visitor attraction we’ve geared everything towards providing a great day out at the races       

5              Fife – Scotland’s cycling kingdom - Fife has one of the UK's most comprehensive cycle networks. Explore 300 miles of cycle route along quiet country lanes, disused railway lines and forest tracks as well as commuter routes in towns. Cluny Clays - Scotland's leading activity and leisure centre offers a wide range of activities to suit all age group. For more information look at www.fifedirect.org.uk/fife-cycleways

6              Entertainment and nightlife - Nightlife in Dunfermline is excellent, and there are numerous bars and wine bars, cafes, restaurants, live music venues and three nightclubs. Visit Carnegie Hall and the Alhambra Theatre

7              Fife Shopping - Dunfermline has specific shopping areas, influenced by it's characterful history, with many of the top fashion, department and entertainment stores being located in the Dunfermline Shopping Centre. Enjoy excellent local shopping at Kingsgate Shopping Centre Dunfermline - and at nearby Kingdom Shopping Centre, Glenrothes.

8              Edinburgh festivals - Full listings and reviews for all the Edinburgh festivals. Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Festival of Spirituality and Peace, Fringe by the Sea, Edinburgh Interactive, Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Festival of Politics, Edinburgh Mela, Scottish International Storytelling Festival, Edge Festival, Forest Fringe, Edinburgh International Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace Festival, Edinburgh International Science Festival, Edinburgh Beltane Fire Festival, Imaginate Festival                

9              Attend Six Nations Rugby Internationals     - held annually in February/March, watch all Scotland’s home games at Murrayfield Stadium   www.rbs6nations.com

10           Edinburgh Shopping - a short rail trip on the Fife Circle takes you to Edinburgh city centre and wonderful Edinburgh shopping.  

11. Explore the Fife countryside and attractions with Scotland East treasure trails  http://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/scotland-east/things-to-do.html .There are many hidden gems in the East of Scotland and a Treasure Trail offers you a great way to explore them. Great for a family day out or fun with your partner or friends.  You can do our treasure hunts as a solo adventure, or in a group with family, friends or work colleagues.

12. Chaffeur tours by Carnegie Touring - an exclusive service where Carnegie will collect you from the hotel and take you around Dunfermline showcasing all the highlights and 'must see' hotspots. Tours take place over a half or full day with prices starting from £18 per person. Exploring doesn't get any more enjoyable! Visit the website www.carnegietouring.co.uk or call 01383 723590.