General Information about Plymouth
Found within the region of South West England and ideally located at the mouth of the River Tamar is the coastal city of Plymouth. Plymouth name originated from the River Plym which is located on the eastern side of the city. The historical city of Plymouth has been inhabited since the Bronze age and is a city of Devon county with a population of over 246,000 residents.
Plymouth is neighboured by many well known holiday destinations with the small town of Fowey being located 37 miles away, Exeter is located 45 miles away, Falmouth is 67 miles away while the ever popular St Ives is located at a distance of 76 miles. One of Plymouth's interesting historical buildings is the Georgian styled Saltram House. Dating back to 1768 the Saltram house now belongs to the National Trust.
One of Plymouth's most notable features is set within the Plymouth Sound or bay and is known as Drake's Island and covers an area of just six and a half acres. The Smeaton's Tower is another well known feature of Plymouth which is located on the Plymouth Hoe. The Plymouth Hoe is a sloping ridge that is an extremely popular destination.
Plymouth is well connected with the rest of England with regular trains arriving from London but also features its own airport. The Plymouth City Airport is located just 5 miles from the city centre.
Car Rentals in Plymouth
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Hostels in Plymouth
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Hotels in Plymouth
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