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All reviews across the river both sides nice walk lit up at night great addition sunny day army barracks city hotel old city guild hall walled city visit derry foyle waterside engineering symbolism cyclists
Definitely take a trip across the Peace Bridge to Ebrington Brewery. The view from the bridge is really lovely and show Derry in a great light. Wrap up though as it was very windy. The Ebrington site is lovely to walk around.
The Peace Bridge is an amazing piece of engineering (a self-anchored suspension bridge) across the River Foyle. Built in 2011 it is said to represent a symbolic handshake between two opposing communities from opposite sides of the Foyle River. A great experience and a couple...More
The serpentine bridge across the River Foyle at Derry is a fine homage to peace. See the old military barracks at Ebrington Square on the other side and have lunch or dinner in the Walled City Brewery - a great gastropub!
We walked the bridge as a slow stroll ovrr the wide river,to take in the city views and surrounding scenery which seemed to go on forever. A beautiful mixture of water vessels and city traffic in a glorious setting.
This is a lovely bridge with a couple of areas that have a built in bench so you can sit and take in the stunning views of this city. It's near the Guild Hall on one end...never made it all the way across.
Take the time to walk along the river toward and then away from this elegantly designed walking bridge. The design appears to move and your perspective changes. This is an ideal opportunity to use a camera to capture the many perspectives. When you walk across...More
The Peace Bridge is a beautiful piece of engineering that links, by way of a pedestrian walkway, the two sides of this delightful city.Wonderful views of Co.Donegal and surrounding landscape.Excellent disabled access.