David Douglas

History of Derry/Londonderry, with particular interests in the Walls of the City,the Plantation of Ulster and Ulster Scots dimension, including their emigration and contribution to the formation of the United States of America

Lorraine Mills

I offer all types of tours, from walking the streets of Belfast, visiting the political murals to Driving to Giant’s Causeway but I especially love bespoke tours and visiting places I don’t normally get to see. I am fluent in Spanish and intermediate in French.

Herwig Rogaar

Belfast, County Antrim, County Down, Giants Causeway

Jane O’Brien

Jane is a local historian who has a passion for her hometown of Ennis. Now in its 12th year of business Ennis Walking Tours is an exciting tourism initiative which runs lively and entertaining guided walking tours through the winding streets of the medieval town of Ennis in Co Clare.

Colette McCafferty

Welcome to Northern Ireland. I am delighted to show you the best we have to offer our visitors.

Ken Martin

I specialise in Irish history, holding a B.A.(Hons.) and a Post-Grad. degree in Irish History.

Maria Hirsk

Join me on a truly amazing journey as I share the stories of Ireland.

David Landi

I am based in Derry/Londonderry since 2006 and I am ready to take you through a historical, cultural and musical journey of the Irish culture. I left Italy after my degree in Politics and I worked in Greece, Denmark, France and Belgium, until I landed in Derry, Northern Ireland where I managed a hostel for a few years.

Mary T O’Hara

I enjoy guiding in Belfast, my native city and on the Antrim and Causeway Coasts. I now live 10 miles from the Giant’s Causeway and love to show off my area to visitors.

Desmond Campbell

I have been guiding since 2014 mostly in Spanish but can offer Italian and French too when requested. I specialise in Belfast city tours and also the Antrim Coast up to the Giant’s Causeway. Since 2015 I have been taking tour groups around Belfast city hall explaining its history and functions to them.