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The only public transportation available in Leven is by bus and the main bus station has just be refurbished and sits south of the high street.
The nearest train station is Markinch and you can drive or take a bus there, the journey time is around 10 minutes.
Leven is a small town which means walking is the best way to get around, all the main bars and restaurants are around the high street area.
There is a taxi rank behind the bus station and the main taxi office is just down from the station next to the BBQ. Useful for getting home after a night out, otherwise the bus is the best way to get around.
See and Do
Scoonie Golf Course
Agenda, formerly known as the Steppenwolf "Agenda" is now more of a cafe than a bar, with leather sofas and a bright vibrant atmosphere inside.
Shorehead Cafe, Sits at the start of the High Street and is pretty much a chip shop with seating available.
Tonys Chip Shop
Upper Largo Hotel, Situated about 5 miles away from Leven but well worth the trip as you will find friendly staff and an extensive menu with good portions.
McPhails, One of the cheapest places to drink in Leven, there are always drinks specials on including £1 for a bottle of Stella. Also has live music at the weekends.
Brannigans, The only "nightclub" in Leven, but really just a bar with a dancefloor, the only place thats open till 2AM in town though.
The Caledonian Hotel, One of the busiest bars in Leven, there is usually a D.J on the weekends and a small dancefloor for those who are into dancing. Prices are a bit expensive but it is the place to be on a Saturday night.