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Derry/Londonderry

The walled city has a heady mix of rich history, natural beauty and rewarding experiences to offer the traveller, as warm and welcoming as the locals

Top Tips

 Take a trip to one or more of the many beautiful country parks and forest trails that sit near the city – offering lush forests and charming waterfalls.

 Shop for a unique souvenir on a visit to the Craft Village – a hidden treasure, not far from the bustling city centre.

 Visit the nearby Giant’s Causeway, with it’s stunning and unusual scenery. This coastline also plays host to many pristine beaches along the route.

 Derry’s the perfect base to explore the rugged beauty of Donegal and maybe even venture onto the famed Wild Atlantic Way coastal route.

 Do what we love to and arrive by train on the Causeway Coast Line, one of the British Isles’ most spectacular railway routes.


Visit Derry Pass

A Visit Derry Pass is the Official Sightseeing ticket for the walled city - giving you access to 10 different attractions and activities.

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Things To See & Do

Not only is Derry/Londonderry the only completely intact walled city on the island of Ireland, but it’s one of the finest examples in Europe. Its 400-year-old fortifications were never breached, so you can walk along them uninterrupted and experience all that history first-foot.

There’s a wealth of fascinating museums to visit, to delve into the rich history of the city. Starting with the Museum of Free Derry, which takes you through the creation of Free Derry in the 1960’s and 1970’s. The Tower Museum, the Siege Museum, Seamus Haney’s Homeplace and the magnificent Guildhall all provide unique insights into the story of Derry/Londonderry.

There’s also a thriving local food and drink scene, with many award-winning cafes, pubs and restaurants and a superb, locally owned craft brewery. From the traditional home-cooked fare to high-end fine-dining, you’ll find fabulous local ingredients being transformed by chefs to create memorable, culinary delights. There are also many cosy and welcoming bars in which to enjoy a pint or two and maybe hear some live traditional Irish music, while you watch the world go by.

The city is full of stories to tell and its murals have played a vital part in recording the city and its recent transformation. Recounting the city’s turbulent history throughout the 60s and 70s, through to the peace of the Good Friday Agreement and right up to date with those cheeky Derry Girls – the murals offer an engrossing timeline of Derry’s social development.

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