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23.12.2013
SCOTTISH CITYLINK ANNOUNCES NEW FARES FOR 2014
Scottish Citylink today (Monday 23 December) announced that new fares will come into effect across its network from Monday 6th January. more

12.12.2013
SCOTTISH CITYLINK LAUNCHES TWITTER COMPETITION FOR PASSENGERS TO WIN CHRISTMAS PRIZES
Scottish Citylink today (Thursday 12 December) launched a Christmas competition for passengers to win Christmas prizes. more

 

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Visitors to the Fair City can enjoy the compact town centre and two large public parks that nestle on the banks of the magnificent River Tay.

The predominantly traffic free High Street precinct is a safe haven for shoppers whilst many of the streets around the centre are comprised of elegant Georgian terraced houses.

OfferPerth is a bustling market town with much to offer including galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, bars and a theatre. Just outside the city, visitors can enjoy beautiful scenery, historic castles, Scone Palace and Perth Racecourse.

Leisure Links
St John Church
St John Church

The oldest standing building in Perth and one of he most important parish churches in Scotland. First mentioned in 1126 the original building was completed in 1241. The distinctive spire was added in 1511.

Gleneagles Golf Course
Gleneagles Golf Course

Whether you are a leading pro or an enthusiastic beginner, Gleneagles offers an exhilarating test for any golfer. The nine-hole Wee Course is perfect for warming up or for golfers just starting out.

St Andrews
St Andrews

St Andrews is the Home of Golf, where the game has evolved over six centuries. The seven courses are open to all, as are the golf practice centre and the three clubhouses.

Perth Bridge
Perth Bridge

The bridge spans the magnificent River Tay and connects Perth to Bridgend. The superb Georgian structure, with its elegant nine arches, was completed in 1771. Part funded by the Earl of Kinnoull the bridge is a fine legacy for future generations.

Scone Palace
Scone Palace

This breathtakingly beautiful palace, home of the Earls of Mansfield, was the original crowning place of the Kings of Scotland. Visitors can enjoy art, antiques, superb landscapes and fantastic architecture. The historic jewel in the crown of Scotland.

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