County Derry is located in the Northern Ireland. Derry (also known as Londonderry) is one of Ireland's most historical counties. Derry City, a scene of much conflict in the latter half of the 20th century, is today one of Ireland's most vibrant cities. Following the end of hostilities, the city has redeveloped much of its former character and charm. Other attractions in County Derry include Portstewart and Garvagh Forest. Popular places to stay include Derry City, Portstewart and Coleraine.
When coming to Derry it is advisable to arrange your accommodation before arriving. IrishTourist.com has an excellent selection of accommodation:
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Derry is connected to Belfast by good roads as well as a railway line with regular services. Derry Airport
can be found just outside Derry City, with limited services to Britain. Belfast is not far, with its ferry port and two airports. Larne ferryport in Antrim is also only a little over an hour away. Details on getting around Derry, and of the nearest air- and seaports can be found in our Transport Guide
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Derry is home to many fine restaurants, cafés and eateries. Find out about dining in Derry.
Derry Pubs and Nightlife: An essential part of Ireland's social life and a must for every visitor.
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