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"I'm partial to the Cornish coast, as it's near where I grew up in Plymouth. The views across the water are stunning. I love walking along the sandy beaches and the seafront paths.” Tom Daley
Located between the rivers Plym and Tamar's mouths, Plymouth is the largest city on the South coast of England, with the most extensive naval base across Western Europe. Tourism is perhaps the most significant industry in Plymouth; with almost 12 million visitors each year, there are plenty of activities available for everyone. You can go kayaking, sailing, on a gin distillery tour, to an aquarium, or on a boat trip.
Located on the mainline rail route, Plymouth railway station has trains from London, Bristol, the Midlands and Cornwall. If you’re coming from outside of the West Country, your train will pass through Exeter and Newton Abbot on one of Britain's most scenic train routes.
There are so many things to see and do in Plymouth; it is well worth checking out the City Museum and Art Gallery and The National Marine Aquarium. You can also make a stop at the Gin Distillery, which is the oldest working distillery in England and has been producing gin since 1793.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to Plymouth?
You can get to Plymouth from London Paddington in just over 3 hours, with trains running regularly.
What is Plymouth famous for?
Plymouth is famous for its golden sandy beaches, meaning it is also perfect for surfing and swimming.