EXPLORE, EXPERIENCE, ENJOY...

When  you are visiting The  Gothenburg Hotel , why not take advantage of  the surrounding area and take a trip to the local tourist attractions? 

Rosyth is a town on the Firth of Forth in Fife. Located 3 miles south of Dunfermline, Rosyth was originally founded as a garden city but is today best known for its large dockyard.

Explore some of our suggestions below. Click the link above the pictures to go to relevant sites if you wish to look into these excursions further!
KEEN ROCK CLIMBER?
UK CLIMBING - GUIDELINES & MAPS
Rosyth Quarry, located just outside the town of Rosyth, offers a friendly atmosphere for enthusiastic rock climbers. There are many kinds of rocks suitable for a wide range of levels, 
Park in Rosyth on Admiralty Rd near M90 roundabout. Take care crossing the road!
5 mins walk in. Or park in Inverkeithing and approach from the top. The crag is also easily accessible by train from Edinburgh, there is a station in Inverkeithing.
OVER THE FORTH
WHY NOT TAKE A RIVER CRUISE?

The Forth Bridge, a railway bridge over the Forth River in the east of Scotland. Often referred as the 'Forth Rail Bridge', the bridge connects the north with south of the country. From the bridge, you can appreciate a remarkable view of the river Forth. Don't forget about the Forth Road Bridge and latest, Queensferry Crossing! There are parking spaces at both ends of the bridge so you can make a stop to admire the bridge both in the daytime and at night when the bridge is beautifully lit. This is a great spot for keen photographers to capture the bridges in any light.
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VISIT DUNFERMLINE
CHECK OUT HISTORICAL SITES & ATTRACTIONS
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There’s lots to see and do in Dunfermline!
From national heritage sites, great attractions, top quality food and drink, fantastic parks and so much more…
Dunfermline’s perfect location offers you the ideal base to discover the magnificent Kingdom of Fife, as well as Edinburgh and beyond. With so many fun and exciting things to see and do, come and Visit Dunfermline, Scotland’s Ancient Capital and the Kingdom of Fife and find out just what makes them so special.
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