Walk around this old factory and learn about how the drink is made, past advertising campaigns, and even how to pull the perfect pint.
Finish your visit off at the Gravity Bar on the top for 360 degree views of Dublin, along with a pint of Guinness of course.
A visit to Edinburgh isn't complete without a wander around the castle.
Main ports of call include England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
However, many itineraries also take you into Europe.
A British Isles cruise will allow you to explore many parts of the region that you might otherwise never see.
Did you know Scotland is surrounded by more than 600 islands and the best way to discover them is on the water?
Other places of interest include the Maritime Museum, where you can learn about the 100 shipwrecks that surround the island, or the South Stack Lighthouse, perfect for a short stroll.
A historic industrial town located by the Firth of Clyde and 25 miles west of Glasgow, Greenock is a popular port on a British Isles cruise.Be a part of the world's largest celebration of the arts during the month of August at the Edinburgh Festivals.Comprising of jazz, books, art, politics and comedy immerse yourself in a world of performing arts.Learn about the fateful day the world-famous ship perished - if you're up for it before heading back to your own ship of course!Well known for its bustling ferry port, Holyhead, the largest town on the Island of Anglesey, has a rich history and plenty of medieval monuments to explore.Visit the burial chambers at Barclodiad Yr Gawres and spot the church in the sea at Porth Cwyfan.