New bespoke Dunfermline-based tour guide business

Carnegie TouringDunfermline MSP Bill Walker has welcomed the launch of a new bespoke tour guide service for visitors to Dunfermline, Fife and further afield in Scotland.

Carnegie Touring, founded by former Fife councillor Gerry McMullan, provides holiday itineraries tailored to the needs and interests of tourists. In addition, short excursions include “From the Palace of Culross to Dunfermline, the Ancient Capital of Scotland”, “In the footsteps of Andrew Carnegie” and “The Ancient Capital of Scotland, its Kings and Queens”.

Dunfermline MSP Bill Walker said: “I’m very pleased at the launch of not only a new business based in Dunfermline, but one that aims to promote Dunfermline and beyond and which should increase footfall to our scenic part of the country.

“I wish Gerry McMullan success in his new business and look forward to the positive part it will play in the regeneration of this historic city.”

Carnegie Touring specialises in week-long tours of Scotland, as well as half-day or full-day excursions. It aims to offer a “warm, friendly, informative and relaxing” service. Accompanied by a personal guide, visitors will “view Scotland from a different perspective and visit significant locations which can sometimes be overlooked on the usual tourist routes”.
For more details, visit http://carnegietouring.co.uk/.

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