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Derry Airport is only a 15-minute drive from the city of the same name. Whether you are looking to explore Northern Ireland’s second biggest city itself or the attractions of the surrounding County; Derry, also known as Londonderry, certainly has plenty to offer.

Known for

  • The First UK City Of Culture - In 2013, Derry was voted the UK’s first city of culture, which helped to transform the city.
  • The Walled City - Derry’s 17th Century City Walls make Derry the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland. The walls were built between 1613 and 1618, and are now one of the city’s main attractions.
  • Causeway Coast - This coastal route between the cities of Belfast and Derry is renowned for being a scenic coastal drive, and it’s also a filming location for Game of Thrones.

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County Derry has so much to see and explore both in the city of Derry and the surrounding areas. Within the city, Derry’s City Walls are one of the most popular attractions. The walls are up to 26 feet high and up to 30 feet wide, and visitors can walk the mile around them for free. The impressive walls also boast four sets of original gates and an original cannon. To further explore the city, take a walk along the Peace Bridge, a focal point in the city. Don't miss a visit to the bridge at night to see it lit up spectacularly against the Foyle River.

Away from the city, Mussenden Temple located on the cliffs near Castlerock, high above the Atlantic Ocean, is a must visit. Both the temple and the surrounding views are among the most photographed scenes in Ireland, and it’s easy to see why. Take a walk along the coast to visit the beautiful temple and be sure to snap some great photographs.

Arguably another one of Ireland’s most scenic areas is the Causeway Coast, and if you’re a Game of Thrones fans you will recognise some of the landscape from the show. Have wee ones with you? Be sure to stop off at Benone and Downhill, which are fantastic UK beaches for a family holiday. If you’re looking to try your hand at something adventurous and brave the cold waters, there’s various water sport activities such as sailing and surfing on offer along the coast too.

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