Great place to have a potter and some fish and chips! Shame there is no fish market any more but some nice bars and restaurants and a great view
Visited this area of Plymouth many times. Plenty bars and restaurants along with various fast food chains. Its an historical part of Plymouth and if you take your time you can have an enjoyable time in this area. The nightlife in this area tends to get too rowdy weekends,
The Barbican is one of my favourite areas of Plymouth. It is close to the City Centre, next to the famous Hoe, and is right by the sea. The cobbled streets are a reminder of the heritage of the area, as are the old buildings, mixed with the new. Quaint art galleries and craft shops makes this an ideal place... 更多
Popped in for a drink and my daughter and I ordered food as well...the portions are big.well presented and tasted excellent...the staff are really friendly and made conversation with us... nothing was too much trouble...it's a definitely good pub to try...
Lots of shops and restaurants to visit and some great pubs and coffee housesto whet your whistle if thirsty. On a summers day it's a dream - views of the harbour make it so. In Winter, the shops give choice and a difference you'll love. The wonderful "village" atmosphere of the Barbican is enhanced by the welcoming local shop keepers... 更多
So much to see and do. Lovely places to eat, some are tucked away. It's well worth having a good walk around to explore. The hidden Elizabethan Gardens are a tranquil spot. Ice cream, fudge (Edwards is the best) and quirky shops. Always a nice visit.
This is the most historic and engaging area of Plymouth. It has character shops, a wide range of restaurants as well the famous Mayflower Steps. Avoid on a Saturday evening as it is so busy and a little rowdy.