Fife is a county in Scotland.
The main parts of Fife are:
The major language is English, but the Fife acccent can be hard to understand.
Many people use a form of English known as 'Lallans' or Lowlands English.
===By air=== Edinburgh Airport
===By Train=== (mainline to Aberdeen) stops at Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy and Leuchars (there is also a very good local or 'circle' service).
===By car=== M90 motorway or A92/A985/A91 trunk routes.
===By bus=== Major bus stations in Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, St Andrews and Cupar.
Roads are generally good condition and not too crowded.
Bus and rail services are excellent (the 'Fife Circular' service runs from Edinburgh Waverley to all train stations in West and Central Fife. The main line service runs to Inverkeithing in West Fife, Kirkcaldy in East Fife and Leucars in North East Fife.)
Cycle: Excellent series of cycle tracks throughout Fife. http://www.fife-cycleways.co.uk/
Foot: Cross the Kincardine, Tay or Forth Road Bridges and look for the Coastal walk http://www.fifecoastalpath.com/index.asp?cat=Home
St Andrews: home of golf and oldest university in Scotland (founded 1410)
Secret Bunker: a former underground nuclear bunker now open to the public.
East Neuk: charming fishing villages.
Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery.
Adam Smith Theatre
Get on your bike and enjoy the marvellous cycle routes
Visit the county's many fine parks (Beveridge in Kirkcaldy, Pittencrieff in Dunfermline, Lochore Meadows, etc).
The Bengal Tiger Indian Restaurant at Pittencrieff Street, Dunfermline, near to the park, offers excellent food, and has special half price offers every Sunday to Friday night inclusive.
Fife has many pubs: The Alpha Bar in Kirkcaldy; The Valleyfield Bar in High Valleyfield; Shardays in Lochgelly all offer a truly local experience.
Crime in Fife is low, and serious assaults are uncommon. As always, it makes sense to avoid badly lit areas at night, especially in large towns, even though there is a slim chance of crime. Fife is served by an excellent police service.