St. Andrews was already a famous city for golf enthusiasts. It has become a pilgrimage town for the fans of British royalty. In the street, you can see groups of tourists wondering where William studied and lived. I must admit, I also asked the question myself. Everyone is looking for the Department of Geography, where he graduated in 2005.
A cafe has even made a business out of it. Located right across the university, the Northpoint displays a sign at the front: « Where Kate met William (over coffee!) ».
Beyond its most famous students, it is worth getting lost in the gardens of University of St. Andrews. It is the oldest in Scotland. Students have been training here for over 600 years. Passing under this porch, I feel like entering a history book.