Loads to do good shops cafes and boat trips there is also a place you can go and kids can do painting ceramics
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I am not a really big fan of Plymouth City but I do like the Barbican a lot. The Barbican is probably the gem of Plymouth and my favorite place. It's an harbor with characteristic buildings around. Lots of cafe, little restaurants and art shops....More
Lovely old town of Plymouth Great to meander through narrow streets browsing at the numerous shops and restaurants It is home to Plymouth gin factory which is worth a visit. Lots of pubs and cafes, which I imagine get very busy at night Lots of...More
We had found the Barbican on previous holidays but returned to fully discover the numerous pubs bars restaurants that are to be found there like the 'Hidden Olive' , 'Dolphin Hotel', 'Gog and Magog', The Cider House and many more, all on the harbors edge....More
If a lively night night is what you are looking for then visit on Friday and/or Saturday. But there are still quiet pubs hiding! Sunday nights are much quieter but it's still a great place to visit.
An easy walk from Plymouth Hoe, or from the city centre, this part of Plymouth is full of history. The Pilgrim Fathers boarded the Mayflower here, and many other historic landings and arrivals occurred here. The famous Plymouth Gin is distilled in this area, and...More