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Whiskey Tours & Tastings

The Emerald Isle's top tipple

Explore the rich history and flavours of scotch's mellow Irish cousin, with whiskey tours and tastings around Dublin

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The Guinness Storehouse is Dublin's number one tourist attraction and the perfect pit-stop for any beer fan! It's located at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland. Learn about the history of the Guinness, enjoy the brewery experience, and sample everything there is to know about Ireland's famous beer. There are even tastings and a rooftop bar with stunning city views. What great craic!
4.5 (765)
From $32.53
Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Mount Teide National Park

Teide National Park is the biggest nature park in the Canary Islands and a must-see attraction if you're visiting Tenerife. Teide National Park features the Teide stratovolcano, which at 3,718 meters is the highest peak in Spain, followed by the island's second-highest point, Pico Viejo (3,135 meters). The mountainous landscape is a captivating sight to behold on Tenerife. Visitors can also enjoy stargazing in the national park on clear nights. It's not just the highest point in Spain, it's an active volcano, a vibrant nature reserve, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site to boot!
4.2 (80)
From $3.25
Dublin Castle has been at the center of Irish life since King John of England ordered its erection in 1204. Standing over much earlier structures including a Viking fortress and, possibly, a Gaelic ringfort, it forms the social and political heart of historic Dublin. Visiting Dublin Castle, you’ll get to see the majestic State Apartments, the Viking ruins underneath, and the ancient Black Pool where the river Liffey meets its underground tributary the River Poddle. The seat of British administration in Ireland for 700 years, this glorious collection of buildings recounts the history of Dublin like no other.
4.4 (80)
From $74.83
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is situated in the lively Custom House Quarter building in Dublin's port district. The museum brings Ireland's fascinating history to life with immersive and interactive exhibits, video galleries, motion sensor quizzes, remastered archival material from 100 years ago, and more. EPIC is dedicated to the far-reaching influence of Irish emigration, and the impact of the 10 million Irish men and women who left Ireland for foreign shores.