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Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival

Start Date:
01/05/2009
End Date:
10/05/2009
Location
Various venues, Scotland
SPIRIT OF SPEYSIDE WHISKY FESTIVAL
The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival takes place throughout the Speyside region in north-east Scotland. The River Spey flows for 100 miles from the high Monadhliath Mountains near Aviemore to the Moray Firth. Take a Festival bus and tour through breathtaking scenery and country towns as you visit some of the most legendary whisky distilleries in the world. Events in various venues available from April 30th, and some are already sold out, so book now. Also, keen photographers can enter their work in The Benromach Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Photographic Competition 2010 (entries accepted until October 2009).

Various venues
Scotland
www.spiritofspeyside.com/enquiries.php
www.spiritofspeyside.com
Adults Daytime Bus tickets £5; Train tickets for Keith & Dufftown railway, the ‘Malt Whisky line’, £9.50. Events priced separately
Friday 1st-Sunday 10th May
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