Dunfermline Abbey is the burial place of Robert the Bruce and plays a central part in early Scottish history. The town was also the birthplace of American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie who emigrated and became extremely wealthy in the steel industry. There are many places that recall him. Out of the old town you can drive through the ancient Kingdom of Fife to St Andrews – the home of golf – and along the coast through pretty little fishing villages. This is also a great place to take the train across the world’s most iconic rail bridge – the red-painted crossing of the Firth of Forth. Dunfermline is also an ideal place from which to visit Edinburgh – just 25 minutes away by train. Dur 35’00”