Parking your car in Dunfermline can become expensive if you’re out and about in the city on a regular basis.

However, there are several cheap and even free places to park in Scotland’s newest city if you know where to go. We've compiled a list of some of the cheapest, and some of the more expensive places to park.

There are several spots where you can park in the city for free.

Pittencrieff Park is one of these spots, it has 98 spaces available and is just over a ten-minute walk into town.

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Other free car parks include Priory Lane Car Park, Buchanan Street, Woodmill Street, and West Drive Car Park.

If you are a customer, you can also park in Dunfermline City Station car park and Tesco car park for free.

Several car parks in the city charge for parking. Based on parking for two hours, Glen Bridge charges £1.10 for parking, and so does Carnegie Drive West and Walmer Drive.

The most expensive place to park in Dunfermline is APCOA Parking (UK) Limited at Kingsgate Shopping Centre, which charges £4.50 for two hours.