The City of Derry is Northern Ireland’s second largest city, and was a major hotspot during the Troubles period. The city is older than Belfast, and accordingly is an historically fascinating place.
- Derry’s centre is ringed by 17th Century City Walls, which are in very good condition.
- The Tower Museum is the city’s largest, covering everything from the city foundation right through to its modern experiences.
- The Bogside Murals in Free Derry Corner reflect a nationalist perspective. The Museum of Free Derry is nearby and focuses on the tragic events of Bloody Sunday.