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George Byng Way, Portsmouth PO2 8SP, Reino Unido George Byng Way, Portsmouth PO2 8SP, Reino Unido

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Plymouth Port
Book your Plymouth ferry ticket now. The city of Plymouth is situated in the south west of England and has a fascinating maritime history.
Overlooking the English Channel, the city is divided into three main sections: the Barbican with its narrow streets and Tudor and Victorian style buildings, the Hoe with its famous seafront overlooking the Plymouth Sound, the new part of the city, destroyed during the war and rebuilt.
Highlights of the city include the 16th century Mount Edgcumbe House; Crownhill Fort, the 19th century Victorian silglo fort; or the National Marine Aquarium, Britain's largest aquarium.
Just a few kilometres from Plymouth is Dartmoor, one of Britain's largest national parks, and Buckland Abbey, a manor house that belonged to Sir Francis Drake, Vice-Admiral of the British Royal Navy and renowned for his naval expeditions.
West of Plymouth lies Cornwall County, famous for its beautiful scenery, tree-covered valleys, picturesque fishing villages and small riverside guarantees you comfort and ease of shopping, the best prices and all the options for travelling to Plymouth.
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The port of Plymouth is located in the south-west of Great Britain, being one of the most prominent European naval ports due to its historical importance. 
It has regular connections with the European continent: the Plymouth Santander route links it with Spain and the Plymouth Roscoff route connects the British island with France, the city of Plymouth has excellent connections with the north, middle lands, Wales and the west of England.