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The 17th-century city walls that once surrounded Derry hint at its rich history, as do the landmarks of resistance to British rule in the Bogside. Many of its hotels also have stories too, with some housed in former banks or headquarters for Crimean War veterans. Stay in the city centre on the banks of the River Foyle, or at a country inn on the outskirts. Wherever you are, a pint of stout and good craic with the locals is never far away.