St Andrews Castle and Cathedral guide leaflet - Various Languages
The official visitor’s guide brings to life the medieval stronghold of St Andrews Castle, and the city’s cathedral – once Scotland’s most important place of pilgrimage – for German, French, Spanish, Italian and Chinese-speaking visitors.
A Christian centre since at least the 700s, St Andrews grew to become the focus for Scotland’s religious and academic life, with strong links to royal power. It fell into decline after the Protestant Reformation of 1560, but many trances of the wealth and vibrancy of the medieval city have survived to this day.
This guide tells the story of St Andrews Castle and Cathedral. Containing a map of both sites, and a history of this remarkable city, this is the perfect accompaniment to your visit.
8 pages, 147x210mm