Visiting the City
With its rich and colourful history and with the Donegal countryside and Giants Causeway nearby, Derry boasts a charismatic location and is a natural hub for anyone wishing to visit the Northwest of Ireland.
Compact within its 17th century city walls, easy to get around on foot and with a range of comfortable accommodation for visitors, Derry is also a vibrantly alive contemporary centre. In 2013 Derry-Londonderry hosted the first UK City of Culture, with many high profile events of international calibre taking place year round including the landmark contemporary art exhibit, the Turner Prize, which launched in Derry during the choral festival!
Discover a hidden gem and come to Derry!
For advice on accommodation see our Hotel Guide listing all hotels and hostels in the city
For information on what to do in Derry check out the Visit Derry Tourist Office
For suggestions on the best restaurants and cafes in Derry check out the Legenderry Food Guide