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Londonderry is a historic city spanning either side of the River Foyle, where a thriving young population brings the rich heritage of the city to life. Voted the UK's 2010 City of Culture, Londonderry boasts a whole host of museums, sites of historical interest and beautiful outdoor spaces to enjoy, from exploring the city's history at the Tower Museum, seeing a play at the Millennium Forum or rambling in the 34 hectares of woodland in Muff Glen Forest.
Luckily, most of the Londonderry hotels share this same charm, so choosing one can be a tough job.
History and culture
On the west bank of the River Foyle is Londonderry's old walled city, which dates back to the 17th century and was included in UNESCO's list of the ‘World's 1001 Historic Sites You Must See Before You Die.' Visitors can take tours of the historic heart of Londonderry on foot or by bus.
Upon leaving your hotel, one of the greatest pleasures to be found in Londonderry is simply taking in the sights on a walk around the city. Londonderry is renowned for its distinctive architecture particularly in the old city at the heart of modern Londonderry, where you can find stunning examples of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian styles, such as St Eugene's Cathedral and the Bishop Street Courthouse.
The Amelia Earhart Centre is a fascinating cottage museum that tells the story of the famous female pilot's unexpected landing in Ballyarnett, just outside of Londonderry, in 1932 at the end of her historic flight across the Atlantic.
The Bogside, Waterside and Fountain areas of the city will be of interest to art lovers, where the walls are covered in murals left by the Bogside Artists. The famous trio left murals depicting the political upset of Northern Ireland following the Troubles.
Shopping and dining
Londonderry has two major shopping centres, the Foyleside Shopping Centre and the Richmond Centre, where you can find both local and international stores. The city is also home to the world's oldest department store, Austins, a beautiful copper-domed Edwardian building established in 1830 and located in the old walled city.
When you're in need of some light refreshment you can find plenty of cosy, welcoming traditional Irish pubs on Waterloo Street. The chefs of Londonderry enjoy showcasing the city's fine local produce, which includes freshly caught seafood and Ireland's most famous beverage, Guinness.
Londonderry is also known for its lively music scene and most pubs put on music nights at the weekends, or serious music lovers can head to the Nerve Centre for live performances.
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