Plymouth is a port city in Devon in the south west of England, known for its maritime past and the historic Barbican quarter, with narrow cobbled streets. Sutton Harbor is home to the National Marine Aquarium, featuring sharks and rays in a large tank. In the harbor there are also several marinas and a fish market, the Plymouth Fisheries. The Mayflower Steps represent the point from which the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World in 1620. If you want to find out all about this historic ocean city, go to the Mayflower Steps, visit the Mayflower Museum and join the guided tour Mayflower 400 Heritage Trail. But it is also a lively city full of opportunities for relaxation and fun: all you have to do is discover its theaters, its clubs, its bars, its pubs and its wellness centers. If you want to combine leisure and culture, go for a shot at the Plymouth Gin Distillery, which is housed in the building of the Black Friars Distillery, the oldest gin distillery in England. In Plymouth you will find great attractions: The National Marine Aquarium is Britain's largest aquarium, while at historic Tinside Lido you can dive into an Art Deco-style swimming pool dating back to 1935. Climbing Smeatons Tower, an 18th-century lighthouse, you can admire an incredible panorama. In addition, numerous events of all kinds are held in Plymouth, a city surrounded by beautiful beaches, which are ideal for a relaxing day or if you want to play sports. About 50km to the east, is the so-called English Riviera but Plymouth is located near beautiful nature conservation areas. The AONB (Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty) of the Tamar Valley and the Dartmoor National Park are less than ten kilometers to the north. In Exmouth, to the east, the spectacular Jurassic Coast begins, while to the south the city borders the South Devon AONB. If you love nature and outdoor activities Plymouth is something you don't have to miss.
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