If you are a visitor to Plymouth I think a visit to the Barbican is a must. So much was destroyed during the war but there is a little of Elizabethan Plymouth surviving on the Barbican. It is of course the place the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from so has huge historical significance. There are also plenty of things to see and some good cafes and restaurants in this area. From the Barbican you can walk along the sea front to the Hoe and this is worth doing.
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