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Car hire in Dunfermline

Car hire in Dunfermline

Town and former Royal Burgh Dunfermline is found 22km away from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) in Scotland. It is also 5km away from the northern shore of the Firth of Forth. You can get to Dunfermline on the M90 motorway and the A985 arterial road.

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Where to pick up my car

After arriving in the town, you just have to head north from the main train station, where you’ll find the Dunfermline car hire offices. Once you’ve found them, all you have to do is hand over your information and you can pick up your keys and drive away.

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Where to go

Dunfermline has a number of fantastic golf courses that you can try your hand at, so you should try to make a point of visiting as many of them as possible when you’ve picked up your hire car. You can also explore the ancient central area of the town and soak up the history.

Nearby Dunfermline

You can head to Edinburgh on the A90, which will only take around 45 minutes. There, you can explore what Scotland’s capital city has to offer, from arts and culture to fantastic sports and a buzzing nightlife, which will keep you entertained all evening. You could also head to the equally exciting Glasgow, just 52 minutes away.

Longer drives

If you’d like to really see what your rental car can do, you can visit Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, 105km away from Dunfermline on the A811. When you get there, you can enjoy the beauty of the freshwater loch and catch your breath away from the city.

Eating and drinking

In Dunfermline, you can try all the delicacies that Scotland has to offer, from haggis to fried chocolate bars. If you’d prefer to eat some of the more exotic foods that the world has to offer, you’ll be able to find it in the town.

Things to do

For an education about one of the US’ most celebrated industrialists, you should be sure to visit the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, which offers a fascinating look at his early life. You can also head to Pittencrieff Park and take an unhurried stroll around the beautiful gardens.

Sightseeing

When in Dunfermline, you should be sure to visit the stunning Dunfermline Abbey and Palace. It was founded in the 11th century by Queen Margaret. The foundations of the original building lie under the 12th century central part of the church, designed in a Romanesque style.

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