Cruise Forth
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Marco Polo

Departing from Rosyth on August 23, 2019

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Edinburgh international Festival

Edinburgh is known throughout the world as the Festival City. There is much more than just one 'Edinburgh Festival' making up the Festival City. In August alone, there are six different festivals running at the same time, including the International Festival. Visitors come to Edinburgh every year to experience the many different festivals which all present a diverse variety of artists and events throughout the year.
Www.edinburghfestivalcity.com is the umbrella website for all of the city's official festivals. Find competitions, news, video and sign up for emails to keep your finger on the Festival City's pulse.

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Information about Rosyth port | Getting around from Rosyth

Travellers' FAQ

Where can I change money?

There is no immediate facility, but taxi drivers are helpful and will take you to a suitable ATM or exchange bureau. You will find the nearest facilities in Dunfermline.

Where can I find wifi?

The Cruise Terminal Building is equipped with free wifi. Internet access facilities can also be found in some of the cafes and hotels in Dunfermline. Find out more about Dunfermline town centre »

Do local hotels offer parking deals?

Why not try the Elgin Hotel, in Charlestown, By Dunfermline. Just four miles from the port. The Hotel overlooks the River Forth, has plenty of space to stretch your legs, and is located in a historic village, part of Scotland's Lime history, and frequented by the Royal Family over the centuries. Free parking while you are away and just a short trip to the port for your ship

Is there an easy way to get to St Andrews?

If you have not booked an excursion on board you can either take a taxi – which might make sense if there are a few passengers travelling together, or train to the nearby station of Leuchars, from where you need to take a taxi or one of the local bus shuttles. Find out more about getting around »

Where can I go for a walk?

The ship arrives in an industrial dock, so there are no immediate scenic walks. The courtesy shuttle service will take you to Dunfermline, the ancient capital of Scotland, where walks are available in the beautiful Pittencrieff Park, donated to the city by Andrew Carnegie. Guided walks, and walks along the Fife Coastal Path, are also available. Find out more about walks in the area »

Do the taxis take credit cards?

In Rosyth the local taxis are unlikely to take bank cards but drivers will happily take you to a local ATM.

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