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Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city on the south coast of Devon.  It is the second largest city in the south west after Bristol, and for this reason it is full of great restaurants, shopping facilities and attractions.

The Barbican and Sutton Harbour are at the heart of Plymouth’s heritage, boasting a number of historical buildings. This is also the place where locals come for dinner due to an eclectic mix of restaurants. From Italian, Greek and Himalayan, to Japanese, Turkish and Indian. You name it, this food haven has it.

Moving to Plymouth

The majority of property sales in Plymouth involve semi-detached properties, which sell for an average price of £181,247. Flats are also popular and are fetching an average price of £132,217.

Plymouth, with an overall average price of £179,393, was cheaper than nearby Peverell, Derriford and Plymstock.

The Britannia Lanes of Cornwall office is located just over an hour away from Plymouth in Truro. Not only can we provide you with a variety of removal options to help your day run without a hitch, we all provide a multitude of different storage options.

Shopping in Plymouth

Plymouth has everything the savvy shopper could desire. From famous brands to unusual independent boutiques. The city centre benefits from pedestrian only areas, with al-fresco restaurants. Streets radiating from the Sundial, such as Cornwall Street, New George Street, and Armada Way, are full of department stores and high-street retailers. The Piazza is a great place to take a shopping break. There are a number of coffee shops and cafes, with a giant screen showing regular news bulletins as well as sporting and cultural events.

Transport Links Plymouth

Plymouth has a ferry port with a number of different services. Whether travelling by foot or car, you can hop aboard and travel to various Cornish destinations, as well as France and Spain.

Plymouth has one central rail station just a short walk from the city centre. There are some smaller local rail stations in Plymouth, including Devonport, Keyham and St Budeaux, but services for these are generally less regular than the main station.

There is a night service running between Penzance, Plymouth and London for those wishing to sleep through the majority of their journey to London Paddington. There are a total of 16 daily services from Plymouth to London (Monday to Friday) and vice versa. The journey time is 3 hours and 7 minutes.

Cross Country run train services from Plymouth to Bristol, Birmingham, the East Midlands, Newcastle and Scotland. Afternoon services extend to Manchester and Leeds. Bristol, Wales and Cornwall are all easily accessible by train from Plymouth.

Plymouth has a bus station which also acts as a coach terminus National Express services. Coaches from London to Plymouth take 5 hours 15 minutes on the fastest service. There are a multitude of local bus routes, with some adjoining other neighbouring towns.