The Kingdom of Fife is just a short drive or rail journey from Edinburgh across the Firth of Forth. In addition to spectacular coastline, Fife is famous for two very ancient and historic towns - Dunfermline and St. Andrews. Dunfermline was the residence of early Celtic kings and its fine abbey is the burial place of Robert the Bruce. Dunfermline was also the birthplace of the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, and lands gifted by him to the people of the town can still be enjoyed at Pittencrieff Park today. St. Andrews is home to Scotland's oldest university, which was built in 1413, as well as being the world-renowned "Home of Golf".