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Marketa’s guidebook

Food scene
The Royal William Yard is a thriving hub for many Plymouth businesses and retailers. The Yard is one of Plymouth’s premier lifestyle destinations and is an arts and culture destination with regular public events taking place including outdoor theatre productions and open-air cinema, arts and crafts markets and the launch of Community Interest Company Ocean Studios offering opportunities for over 100 artists in residence. Accessible by land and sea, the Yard has its own harbour with mooring facilities and Royal William Yard’s own ferry service, which makes regular daily trips from the Yard to the Barbican Landing Stage and back. Visitors to the Yard can explore a multitude of independent retailers, restaurants and lounge bars. The options are plentiful at the Yard and offer something for all including the brand new Wildwood with specialised children’s menus, The Bakery renowned for delicious breakfasts as well as Seco Lounge, Prezzo, Las Iguanas, Bistrot Pierre and Le Vignoble wine lounge - well-known for its regular expert wine events. For those wanting to enjoy an open space, visitors to Royal William Yard can relax on the lawn and take advantage of the sea views of Plymouth Sound through the tunnel which offers a perfect look out point.
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Royal William Yard
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The Royal William Yard is a thriving hub for many Plymouth businesses and retailers. The Yard is one of Plymouth’s premier lifestyle destinations and is an arts and culture destination with regular public events taking place including outdoor theatre productions and open-air cinema, arts and crafts markets and the launch of Community Interest Company Ocean Studios offering opportunities for over 100 artists in residence. Accessible by land and sea, the Yard has its own harbour with mooring facilities and Royal William Yard’s own ferry service, which makes regular daily trips from the Yard to the Barbican Landing Stage and back. Visitors to the Yard can explore a multitude of independent retailers, restaurants and lounge bars. The options are plentiful at the Yard and offer something for all including the brand new Wildwood with specialised children’s menus, The Bakery renowned for delicious breakfasts as well as Seco Lounge, Prezzo, Las Iguanas, Bistrot Pierre and Le Vignoble wine lounge - well-known for its regular expert wine events. For those wanting to enjoy an open space, visitors to Royal William Yard can relax on the lawn and take advantage of the sea views of Plymouth Sound through the tunnel which offers a perfect look out point.
A charming neighbourhood , located in the heart of the city; a true gateway to gourmet farm-to-table dining, inspired by seasonal produce and the province's local suppliers.
The Hyde Park
88 Mutley Plain
A charming neighbourhood , located in the heart of the city; a true gateway to gourmet farm-to-table dining, inspired by seasonal produce and the province's local suppliers.
Sightseeing
A breath-taking panorama, no trip to Plymouth is complete without a visit to Plymouth Hoe. With unbeatable views across Plymouth Sound, it’s the perfect place to spend a sunny day, enjoying a picnic on the grass or taking a dip in the art deco Tinside Lido. Standing tall on the luscious green-lawned expanse of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. Gaze down at the shoreline and you’ll see the glorious Tinside Lido, open to the public for bathing during the summer months. It is here where Sir Francis Drake, intrepid explorer and local hero, is immortalised in a statue, situated just a few metres from the green where he finished his game of bowls before heading out to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588. At the eastern end of the Hoe you’ll find The Royal Citadel, the most impressive 17th century fortress in Britain and for many years England’s most important defence against attack from the sea. The Citadel has been in constant military occupation since it was built and today it is home to some of Plymouth’s modern heroes – the troops of 29 Commando Royal Artillery.
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The Hoe
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A breath-taking panorama, no trip to Plymouth is complete without a visit to Plymouth Hoe. With unbeatable views across Plymouth Sound, it’s the perfect place to spend a sunny day, enjoying a picnic on the grass or taking a dip in the art deco Tinside Lido. Standing tall on the luscious green-lawned expanse of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse. Gaze down at the shoreline and you’ll see the glorious Tinside Lido, open to the public for bathing during the summer months. It is here where Sir Francis Drake, intrepid explorer and local hero, is immortalised in a statue, situated just a few metres from the green where he finished his game of bowls before heading out to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588. At the eastern end of the Hoe you’ll find The Royal Citadel, the most impressive 17th century fortress in Britain and for many years England’s most important defence against attack from the sea. The Citadel has been in constant military occupation since it was built and today it is home to some of Plymouth’s modern heroes – the troops of 29 Commando Royal Artillery.
Drake Circus - Premier Plymouth shopping destination with over 60 shops selling apparel, footwear, accessories, beauty supplies, phone, and electronics as well as with popular cafes and restaurants in Plymouth. Plan your visit to Drake Circus Shopping Centre today to enjoy the ultimate shopping experience.
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Drake Circus
1 Charles St
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Drake Circus - Premier Plymouth shopping destination with over 60 shops selling apparel, footwear, accessories, beauty supplies, phone, and electronics as well as with popular cafes and restaurants in Plymouth. Plan your visit to Drake Circus Shopping Centre today to enjoy the ultimate shopping experience.
The Plymouth Barbican is a beautiful waterfront location full of history offering a diverse range of shopping experiences. A fine selection of pubs and restaurants are also waiting for you to enjoy.
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The Barbican
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The Plymouth Barbican is a beautiful waterfront location full of history offering a diverse range of shopping experiences. A fine selection of pubs and restaurants are also waiting for you to enjoy.
National Marine Aquarium Plymouth, Devon - the UKs Biggest Aquarium - Visit this leading Devon attraction and be amazed by the fascinating underwater world. The NMA is one of the best family days out in Devon and a marine conservation charity.
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National Marine Aquarium
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National Marine Aquarium Plymouth, Devon - the UKs Biggest Aquarium - Visit this leading Devon attraction and be amazed by the fascinating underwater world. The NMA is one of the best family days out in Devon and a marine conservation charity.
The Barcode is set to become a major visitor attraction in Plymouth and includes restaurants such as Nando’s, Zizzi’s, The Cosy Club, and Five Guys Cineworld The new Cineworld cinema features 14 state-of-the-art screens including IMAX, the world’s most immersive cinema experience and 4DX, Cineworld’s most exhilarating way to watch a film. The cinema is also home to a Starbucks, and Baskin Robbins counter. Paradise Island Adventure Golf 8-hole indoor adventure golf courses set amidst a tropical paradise at Drake Circus The Barcode, Plymouth.
Drake Circus: The Barcode
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The Barcode is set to become a major visitor attraction in Plymouth and includes restaurants such as Nando’s, Zizzi’s, The Cosy Club, and Five Guys Cineworld The new Cineworld cinema features 14 state-of-the-art screens including IMAX, the world’s most immersive cinema experience and 4DX, Cineworld’s most exhilarating way to watch a film. The cinema is also home to a Starbucks, and Baskin Robbins counter. Paradise Island Adventure Golf 8-hole indoor adventure golf courses set amidst a tropical paradise at Drake Circus The Barcode, Plymouth.