Plymouth is in the southwest of Great Britain. The city has been the seat of the British Empire Navy for several centuries. It's hard to overestimate the importance that Plymouth played in history. The town is linked to the names of the legendary Admirals John Hawkins and Francis Drake. It was from the Sound Bay that the last of them sailed, leading the English squadron in 1588 to the immortal glory, which he deserved by the defeat of the invincible Spanish armada. From here, 32 years later, the expedition that founded the colony of New Plymouth went to the New World. Tourists can visit the docks, from which three expeditions of Captain Cook departed to the southern seas, Australia, and Antarctica. Today there are many excursions and boat trips from the harbor. It is worth walking through the old streets of the Barbican district, which remained untouched during the German bombing.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: