Londonderry/Derry Tours

Legends on the North will take you on a VIP guided journey from Belfast to the vibrant city of L/Derry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland, and the only remaining walled city on the island of Ireland.


About the tour

With the historic walls, adorned with cannons from the famous Siege, and thought-provoking murals from The Troubles, there is much to see in the historical ‘Maiden City’. Once in Derry you will be treated to a guided walking tour by Martin McRossan’s City Tours company, ranked no.1 on Tripadvisor for activities in Derry. After your tour of the city you will then be taken to a very special location – the landing site of Amelia Earhart – history’s most famous aviatrix!

Amelia Earhart landed just outside of L/Derry in 1932 to become the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo. With Legends you will not only see the landing site, but also be guided around by an Earhart expert from The Stratus Project – a Northern Irish company searching for the lost plane in which Earhart sadly disappeared in 1937. See for more info on the search for Amelia.



  • Walking the historic walls of Derry and capturing a ‘must-have’ photograph with the original cannons from the siege of the city.
  • Seeing and learning the meaning of the famous wall murals – the most iconic legacy of the Troubles.
  • Standing on the spot where Amelia Earhart made history, landing in a farmer’s field just outside of the city to become the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932.

Practical Information

Pick-up is included from a Belfast location of your choice. You will be chauffer driven in a luxury people carrier. You will be accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable guide. The itinerary can be customised so you can see what you want to see! Please wear sensible clothing as time will be spent walking outside.


Prices start at £250 for up to 4 people and tour duration is approximately 6 hours. Price for a custom tour dependent upon tour duration. Pick-up included. To book, call 079 0435 0339