8 June: Southside Street, Barbican
9 June: White Lane, Barbican
10 June: Madeira Road, near The Hoe
With its stunning waterfront, natural harbour and naval history, Plymouth is the UK’s Original Marine City. It has a powerful place in English history with a rich maritime heritage. Yet today our lively port on the edge of the Atlantic has a distinctly European feel. This comes from our marinas, restaurants, seafront bars and historic buildings, and from the strong modernist architecture that lines Armada Way, the central boulevard.
Of course we’ve also got an impressive natural setting between the Ocean and the moors. Young people come from across the world to study and work in marine science here giving the place a contemporary urban buzz. To round it off we are the regional capital for culture – with events, theatres, galleries and performing arts providing a great cultural experience to add to the laid-back lifestyle.
Discover more about Plymouth at www.visitplymouth.co.uk
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