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All reviews cobbled streets mayflower steps pubs and restaurants antique shops captain jaspers fish and chips pilgrim fathers plymouth gin distillery elizabethan house historic area fishing boats eating places fish market plenty of places to eat southside street national marine aquarium set sail
Great place to go and wander through the cobblestoned streets, you are spoilt for pubs, restaurants, cafes and quirky shops. Great place to visit when it is raining is the National Aquarium, lots to see.
The historic Barbican is the Jewell of Plymouth. lovely old buildings, cobbled narrow streets and unusual shops, good restaurants and cosy cafe’s. All this plus a lovely harbour and a walk round to Plymouth Hoe on the sea front with stunning views. A must for...More
We visited the Barbican area of Plymouth as part of my birthday weekend. This is the old area of the city and has lovely little gift shops, coffee shops and the Plymouth distillery. We purchase pasties at the real Cornish pasty shop which were heaven....More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and... More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and nights out. There is something called the 'Waterfront' which takes a levy off the business rates but seems to be bumbling ineffectual and often shambolic. I think the Barbican's character and liveliness is thriving and evolving despite that organisation.