Destination Plymouth

Plymouth,  --None-- 
United Kingdom
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Destination Plymouth is a private and public sector partnership, and the official DMO for Plymouth, UK. Our role is to increase visitors to the city and surrounding area, grow visitor spend and tourism related jobs. We are funded by the Plymouth City Centre Company, Plymouth Waterfront Partnership and Plymouth City Council alongside membership income and support from businesses across the city and surrounding area.
Over 5 million visitors come to Plymouth annually to enjoy the spectacular scenery, cultural and historic attractions and diverse range of food, culture and outdoor activities on offer in Britain’s Ocean City.
We’re thrilled that Plymouth has been named as one of the best holiday destinations for 2020 by Condé Nast Traveller and listed by the New York Times one of the top 52 locations to visit this year. If you haven’t yet visited the city, make 2020 the year to do it – we’d be delighted to welcome you.

Brands: Destination Plymouth. Mayflower400


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    Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City is a vibrant waterfront city with lots to offer including cultural attractions, spectacular events and easy access to Devon and Cornwall, including popular destinations such as the Eden Project and Dartmoor....

  • Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City, is a vibrant waterfront city with a huge amount to offer visitors. It’s perfectly located as a base for exploring other areas of Devon and Cornwall, with popular tourist destinations like the Eden Project and Dartmoor National Park in easy reach.
    Destination Plymouth are developing a range of new shore excursions and planning a year-long cultural and events programme to showcase the best in English heritage and culture for the Mayflower 400 anniversary this year. 
    The city has seen huge investment in the run-up to this significant commemoration, including landscaping improvements to link the city with its incredible waterfront, leisure destinations and 'The Box', a multi-million pound world-class visitor attraction, museum and cultural hub which opens in May 2020.
    ABP, the port operator, and key city partners in Plymouth have been working together to develop the existing cruise berth, which is suitable for cruise liners up to 210 metres in length.
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