Things to see and do - Londonderry
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Londonderry Travel guide
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Northern Ireland’s second city is virtually the only town in the United Kingdom to retain its old walls (17C), dating from the period when the old Irish settlement of Derry had its name changed to Londonderry. It was the scene of some tragic incidents during the Troubles (“Bloody Sunday” took place here in 1972). In recent years it has undergone a transformation thanks to economic regeneration, and its bustling commercial atmosphere is a pleasant backdrop for tourist visitors.
Tourist attractions Londonderry : Things to see and do
Market Street GB - Londonderry BT48 6EF
The walls (1.5km long) that surround the city were built from 1613 to 1618. Despite their robustness, demonstrated during more than one siege, they are no marvel of military engineering: they are too exposed to shots from ships on the Foyle. Starting..
32 Chapel Road GB - Londonderry BT47 2BB
In 1613, the Irish Society took the decision to build a cathedral here, but work did not begin until 1628 and the cathedral was consecrated in 1634. It was the first cathedral built in the British Isles after the Reform. The choir that featured on th..
Union Hall Place GB - Londonderry BT48 6LU
This modern medieval-style building houses a detailed exhibition of the history of the city of Derry. A brick gallery, typical of 17C houses, leads the visitor from the monastic origin of Derry in an oak wood to the current Troubles, via the 17C colo..
Crescent Link GB - Londonderry BT47 5AB
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41-53 Prehen Road GB - Londonderry BT47 2NH
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On the banks of the River Foyle, the modern 4-star Everglades Hotel has free on-site parking, a bar and an award-winning restaurant. It overlooks the rugged hills of County Donegal. Hastings Everglades is next to a golf course, and a 5-minute drive ..
Caw Roundabout GB - Londonderry BT47 6TB
Chic and unique, the Waterfoot Hotel offers free taxi transfers into the centre, free Wi-Fi, and free parking. Guests can enjoy a contemporary wine bar and a restaurant. Waterfoot Hotel is on the east bank of the River Foyle (Waterside), a 5-minute ..
1 Bonds Hill, Waterside GB - Londonderry BT47 6DW
Smart neighbourhood restaurant with a plush lounge and an intimate dining room featuring monochrome photos and some banquette seating. Cooking is modern and technically adept, relying on local produce, home-baking and home-smoking.
15 Culmore Rd GB - Londonderry BT48 8JB
Queens Quay GB - Londonderry BT48 7AS
32 Ardmore Rd GB - Londonderry BT47 3QP
Strand Rd GB - Londonderry BT48 7DJ
Just across the river from the original 'Browns', is this stylish, modern bigger sister. A bewildering array of menus offer everything you could want, from light snacks to hearty main courses of Irish meats and local vegetables.