|Known as the home of golf, St Andrews is also home to Scotland's oldest university, chosen by Prince William as his favoured seat of learning. This lively town nestles next to the fishing villages in the picturesque East Neuk of Fife.
It boasts beautiful beaches, a rich cultural heritage and nine fabulous golf courses, in particular The Old Course with celebrities flocking to its famous fairways all year round. Why not visit the British Golf Museum for a fascinating insight into the Royal and Ancient Game?
But it's not just the rich and famous who enjoy St Andrews. It's full of things to do for all the family.
Take the kids to Craigtoun Country Park for a great day out, with its boating pond, mini-railway and play areas.
They're sure to enjoy a trip to the St Andrews Aquarium, with its fantastic variety of marine life.
Scotland's Secret Bunker, an amazing underground nuclear bunker, is well worth a visit for all the family.
The Royal Burgh is steeped in culture, so don't miss the St. Andrews Museum during your visit.
The Byre Theatre offers a varied range of drama, music and dance all year round and the Crawford Arts Centre has a wide range of exciting contemporary arts and crafts on display.
There's no shortage of great pubs and restaurants, such as the The Vine Leaf Restaurant or The Doll's House.
The shops offer something for everyone, from locally produced crafts in the St. Andrew's Pottery Shop or Papa Growlers, a specialist teddy bear shop.
See the latest in designer knitwear and textiles in D. P Gilpin – you'll be spoiled for choice.
For fresh air fiends, Walkabout Tours, are a perfect way to appreciate this beautiful town – one visit simply isn't enough.