Donzo looks back at the impact of the Belfast Blitz. How and why it happened and how it is remembered (or not) in the city to this day...
Belfast is famous for its murals, many of which commemorate or memorialise the victims of the Troubles. But why are there so few memorials in the city centre, where so many of the attacks happened?
Jessica Barreda, DC Tours' native Spanish guide tells us a little about herself and how she came to be tour guiding in Belfast.
DC Tours lead guide Paul 'Donzo' Donnelly remembers the halcyon days of his youth as a young punk in Belfast in the eighties.
DC Tours' lead guide Paul 'Donzo' Donnelly takes part in the first of our series of Meet The Guide video interviews.
Donzo casts his eye over the unique histories of some of Belfast's earliest churches. Don’t worry, this is not a theological piece but rather a hybrid muse of the historical, social and personal.
Donzo regularly gets asked what is his favourite book about the Troubles from our list of recommendations. Here it is. It may surprise you...
We've been busy making sure our Belfast city walking tours are Covid Safe for this year's visitors. Read all about our Safety Measures here.
Donzo explores the hidden meaning behind the name DC Tours, how the Troubles in Northern Ireland influenced it and what it stands for.
The trials and tribulations of attending local football matches in Belfast in the eighties. Paul reminiscences about the good old days...
Mark Wylie celebrates St Patricks Day with a glass of Jamesons and a look back over a year of Covid, Crowdfunding and virtual tours.
Tour guide James Ellson remembers how the Ulster Museum saved him from boring Sundays growing up in South Belfast during the Troubles.