Some people think there isn’t much to do or that the city isn’t much fun on a Sunday morning before the shops and pubs open. But they would be wrong. Very, very wrong.
During the Second World war a derelict farm in Millisle, County Down, would become home to hundreds of Jewish refugee children fleeing the war in Europe.
Where are the best and closest places at the end of the tour to get a tasty lunch? Here's a few of our favourite recommendations.
Dr. William Drennan, a United Irishman centuries ahead of his time in many ways, comes under the microscope of our lead guide Paul Donnelly.
Donzo's blog about the lost cinemas of Belfast
Donzo interviews his Ma about Belfast's nightlife before the Troubles really got started...
Film & TV tourism is big business in Belfast these days, much to the delight of our tour guide James....
All empires crumble and fall and so it seems to come to pass in Portrush, County Antrim.
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?
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 explores the hidden meaning behind the name DC Tours, how the Troubles in Northern Ireland influenced it and what it stands for.