We stop on the walls of Derry, County Derry, for a view over the city and a little more.
Derry city has a youthful and exciting energy about it, despite the layers of history that surround you wherever you go in the town. It came out of decades of conflict following the Good Friday agreement of 1998 stronger and with an energy and charm all of its own. Here is Carina chatting more about the city from the beautiful (and very walkable) vantage point of the city walls:
We were fortunate to come across a number of reenactments on the day we visited. A very effective and fun way to learn a lot more about the history of the city “in situ”:
- You can see more on visiting the City of Derry here.
- You can see more on Derry City as part of our County Donegal and Derry City Homelands feature here.
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Slán for now, Mike & Carina.
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Have a look at the exact location we visited in Google Maps below: