North West Tourism - Derry & Donegal
Whether you are looking for that Autumn, Winter, Spring or Summer break, Derry and Donegal has it all. You may be looking for history and culture, activities and adventure, exciting events or simply the chance to relax in beautiful surroundings. Whatever your preference, the people and places of the North West will welcome and accommodate you.
The City Walls were built by the Hounourable the Irish Society over four hundred years ago. Having never been breached they remain completely intact, making Derry Ireland's only remaining walled city.
Fashioned in neo-gothic style, the Guildhall is the City's premier civic centre and one of the most striking buildings in the North West. Visitors will be intrigued by it's unique history and appeal.
St. Eugene's Cathedral
St. Eugene’s is Derry’s only Catholic Cathedral and is located in the heart of the Bogside. It was built with contributions from the people of the city, and is an integral part of many families’ history.
St. Columb's Cathedral
Built in 1633 and standing on such a prominent site within the City Walls, St Columb's Cathedral is the City of Londonderry's oldest building and is a landmark which speaks to citizen and visitor alike.
A former library belonging to Frederick Augustus Hervey, the 4th Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry. The circular building is located on cliffs near Castlerock in Co. Derry, high above the Atlantic Ocean.
Enjoy Derry on a plate! Find the perfect place to eat out when visting Derry.
Accommodation available in Derry offers an excellent blend of quality and comfort