We had a great tour and learned a lot about the troubles and Irish history. We had an amazing tour guide.
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well worth the 40 minute stroll around the wall. Historic signage gives you the history. one or two steep climbs to consider
Quite amazing walls even if a little spoilt by unsympathetic shopping centre development next door. A great set of views and loads of history to get your head around. Highly recommended as an essential part of any trip to the north of Ireland.
We had a really good time walking around the city and learning the history through the interpretive signage and exhibits. From the memorials to the cannons to the museums, it was a really nice way to see the city and learn a little about its...More
You can walk right round the city on the walls in about 45 mins and very good informative historical panels all the way round with both old and modern historical facts provided. Even in the rain and wind it is a must when visiting the...More
Our first time to Derry. But, hopefully not our last. We took the guided tour with John McNulty, but also walked on and around the walls on our own. In the day, we had heard about the Troubles, but the he guided tour opened our...More
You just simply have to do this walk. It shows you so many different sides of Derry from Bogside and along the river. There is a quaint church and graveyard not to be missed. The walk features many cannons set ready to guard the city....More
Walking through the big side was very moving. Seeing where Bloody Sunday took place and the animosity that is still there is unbelievable. Hard to imagine what happened on those streets 45 years ago. It was nice to read all the plaques which gave a...More
Great to see this attraction firmly on the tourrist map since my last review. The paid tours enrich the experience but a solo stroll provides a different perspective and allows you to take time appreciating the bits of history that appeal to you. A definite...More