The town of Saint Andrews, located in the serene bay of Tay and bathed by the cold waves of the North Sea, as seems to be caught in time. Preserved, like many other places in Scotland, the essence of a great castles of the medieval past, wars and mysterious legends. The birthplace of golf, St. Andrews, is able to seduce with its relics of the past to anyone visiting.
Located within the region under the name of Fife, St Andrews is a town that became Villa Real in 1620. Not surprisingly, this city of stunning attraction was the residence of Queen Mary Stuart, who lived during the year 1563 in the House today called the Queen Mary Stuart (Queen Mary’s House). Saint Andrews but also preserves other aspects that allow the visitor to move to other ancient times. For example, the city has the oldest University in Scotland, preserves the medieval layout of its streets, a ruined cathedral, which was the legend that gave the name to this town, a castle that was the scene of several incidents during the Protestant Reformation and a beautiful Victorian. (más…)