I really like this place. It's hidden away out of the hustle and bustle of Plymouth City Centre. Its not as dirty as the city centre either, no rubbish floating about and no buskers and beggars! A good few bars and some nice non-chain restaurants. A nice little outside seating area in the middle makes for some good entertainment too.... 更多
Plymouth Barbican is a must see for locals and visitors . The historic buildings transport you back to days gone by and retain the charm and interest millions of people have enjoyed . There are a number of wonderful traditional pubs where you can mingle with the locals . Just off the Barbican you can visit the National marine aquarium... 更多
The Barbican has a wide range of interesting outlets, different to the centre of Plymouth, which tends to focus more on national retail outlets. The Barbican offers food on the go - traditional and individual and take time to investigate the pubs for food too. You can get scrummy chips and very reasonable freshly made crab sandwiches whilst watching the... 更多
Wander along the quaint cobbled street and browse in every sort of shop imaginable, then end it all with food from Cap'n Jaspers, perfect in every way.
I have lived in Plymouth most of my llfe and never tire of visiting The Barbican. Explore all the old buidlings and fascinating history and enjoy the wonderful sea views. There a plenty of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants to enjoy too. Come and visit soon!