Welcome to Plymouth
Welcome to Plymouth, the city of English Smooth Gin
Plymouth is a small city nevertheless it the most important port town in England on the seventeenth century. The city is locate in the South of Devon and this is the one of the city produced Gin since 1973. Moreover, there is the monument Plymouth remembers which told the history of the Second World War that happened here. This is a beautiful place to go for visiting, do shopping or enjoying quiet, fun with family and friends. The City Centre is near the beach so you can easily go to swim, lie on the grass to enjoy the sun.
Information and fact
Plymouth doesn't have nightclub but people can enjoy the night life in Plymouth, to go drink something with friends, family out with some pubs. Mostly, pubs are privileged to output a relaxing atmosphere, mainly in the historic pubs in the town. You should try to go out at night to enjoy calm and see "the Barbican House", "Dartmoor Pubs" or "Eagle Tavern" that decorate on traditional manner.
Visitors want to do shopping in Plymouth may have to know shops there is in the City Centre. Nowadays, Plymouth has a modern City Centre to encouraged visitors to walk freely and there is a Mall for shopping lovers especially "the Drake Circus". Visitors can find many shops in this mall (clothes, shoes, food...). There are some areas which have so many shopping to do, and different markets with coffee, restaurants. Some districts near the coastal space to allow visitors to have beautiful view.
As the city the most popular for the English Smooth Gin, that visitors must to be taste. When you travel in Plymouth; "the Plymouth Gin- Barbican" is the place to taste Gin with a brief history of the town and the English Gin. Each area in Plymouth and should to be seen such as "the Hoe" near the beach with a beautiful landscape, "Sutton Harbour" and "Royal William Yard" are locate in Devonport Dockyard and visitors can see the historic marine boat and the well-known Mayflowers was established long time ago. The attractions that people can see the most is definitively "the Big Screen TV" based on the largest square in the City Centre.
Furthermore, there are surrounding areas to visit and this is beautiful attraction especially "the Mount Edgcumbe House and Gardens" travel by the "Cremyll Foot Ferry".
Standard time zone: UTC/GTM + 1 Hour
In Plymouth, the climate is change all the time per day, so this is difficult to prevent in this town. Nevertheless, you can have an approximative climate, to be the best time to travel in Plymouth. The months which is better are April to July to go to Plymouth but August to February, are the months with the most rainfall.
Transportation in Plymouth are useful when visitors need to be in the different districts that it's a bit far. Visitors can take buses the most use transportation and to travel around Plymouth like to Mount Edgcumbe or anywhere else surrounding, you should to take Ferry. Often, walk to go to City Centre is the best way.