A former Royal Burgh situated in Fife, Scotland, Dunfermline is an historic town and the second largest settlement in Fife. There were settlers in the area during the Neolithic period but the area was not classed as one of significance until the Bronze Age. Over the centuries, the town has accrued a rich and fascinating history and today boasts various places of interest and sites that reflect its past. Some of the areas of interest that can be found within the town include Dunfermline Abbey, the Dunfermline War Memorial, Abbot House, the Guildhall, and the City Chambers. There are also many festivities held here each year, reflecting the culture of the area. This includes The Bruce Festival, in celebration of Robert the Bruce and his connection with the town.
While the retail and service industries are an important part of Dunfermline’s economy, there are a number of businesses and professionals that are based in the retail units and the office space within the town. Recently, online retail giant Amazon opened a huge warehouse facility in the area. Other businesses located in the town include SPM Design, Bonnar & Co Solicitors, M&C Energy Group, Hann Lettings, Barefoot Books and EDA Music Publishing.
Entertainment And Dining Out
If you are looking for entertainment the Fife Leisure Park is a great place to go, as you will find a variety of options here. This includes cinema, bowling and a range of pubs and eateries. The Alhambra and Carnegie Hall are both perfect for live performances, shows, and musical extravaganzas. Dining out options are also diverse and exciting, with a range of eateries to choose from. Bombay Brasserie is a popular choice for fiery Indian dishes while Gratzi offers some delicious Spanish cuisine. Luigi’s is the place to enjoy tasty Italian or you can try Nepalese cooking at the highly rated Everest Inn.
There are good road links in Dunfermline, which means convenience for drivers as well as those using other forms of transport such as taxis and buses. Amongst the roads that connect the town are the A907, the A92 and the M90 motorway. Access to rail links is provided through Dunfermline Town and Dunfermline Queen Margaret Railway Stations, which are both on the Fife Circle Line. For air travel links, Edinburgh Airport is within easy reach of the town.
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