Derry City at Night

A view of Derry City from the waterside at night.

With the honour of  “City Of Culture 2013” bestowed upon Derry this year, it is inevitable that we will likely see more tourists coming to the city. Included in the city of culture will be a wide variety of theatre, music, dance, visual arts, literature and film events to promote the prestigious title given to the city this year. These events will go hand in hand with what Derry already has to offer tourists on an on-going basis. Some of the well known attractions in the Derry area include: Free Derry Corner, Ebrington Square, St Columb’s Cathedral, Grianan of Aileach, Prehen House, The Derry City Walls, The Tower Museum, The River Foyle, St. Columb’s Park, The Guildhall, Brooke Park and Enagh Lough to name but a few.

So this poses the question… Where will all those extra tourists stay this year by way of accomodation? Well, the good news is that Derry is well prepared for the influx of tourists as it is every year. There are plenty of options available for tourists from hostels to B&Bs to Hotels, Derry has something that will suit everyone. Depending upon your budget or what type of experience you are looking for, Derry can cater for whatever your needs are. Tourists can also make use of the wide range of tour guides we have within the city whom are always happy to take you on a friendly guided tour to all the main attractions and educate you about the City’s very interesting history.

So come and enjoy all the buzz this year in Derry City. The people are friendly and the city is full of history and attractions. It has everything you could ever want. It has something for everyone. Whether you want a quiet relaxing time or some excitement, Derry has it all. And Remember, do not fret about accommodation, Derry has plenty of room for everyone and all are welcome!


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