Southside Street is the heart of the Barbican. So much to history see. The old custom house, the old Parade - so called because the 18th century marines would parade here. Plymouth Gin - worldwide famous, And you must try a Captain Jasper! In centuries past many famous voyages of discovery started from here; to Australia, new Zealand, Canada and... 更多
While it's well on its way to becoming Disneyfied, it's alright. Too many fish&chip shops, too many tea&scone shops, too many ice cream shops, too many trinket shops, but the architecture is nice, and the harbour is nice. Put your blinders on and walk through the tiny cobblestoned streets. That's nice. If the City Council has any talent, they will... 更多
This is where the Pilgrim Fathers set off from at the Mayflower steps and discovered America it is full of cobbled streets oldie world side streets also the famous Plymouth Gin Distillery wonderful Marina and the Aquerium just across the bridge fantastic place for fish and chips .And of course you must go to Captain Jaspers if you want a... 更多
Visiting the old harbour of Plymouth where the fishing fleet is based is very interesting. A lot of the old pubs still remain alongside some newer restaurants and shops. The Marine Aquarium is situated here and id well worth a visit.
Always good to walk around the Barbican no matter what time of the year.Have a drink or go to a nice restaurant,maybe get a bag of chips and just chill out.
Had a great mid morning, late afternoon walk around. Stopped off for a drink and something to eat in one of the many choices of venue. If the weather is good it's great if not it's still a nice place to visit. Parking was a pain but it is a popular place to visit. Defiantly worth a visit if you... 更多