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Devon’s capital is a vibrant, modern city with an ancient history, a thriving cultural life, fascinating visitor attractions and a magnificent Gothic cathedral. And, if you‘ve had enough of the city, you can head out on the River Exe to the coast. In other words, the perfect place for a day trip, especially if you're heading to Exeter by train.
Active adventures for all ages – billed as the ‘ultimate vertical playground for those young at heart’. Ideal for group bonding.
The only underground passages of their kind open to the public in Britain. Soak up medieval stories of war, siege, plague and pestilence.
An eclectic mix of architecture, antique shops, lively pubs, bars and cafés. Great for cycling or take a boat trip out for a different view.
Cluedo classicist? Or a thoroughly modern gamer? This could be for you – visit the South West's first (and only) Board Game Café Bar.
Bohemia with a distinctly rustic West Country flavour. Totnes has been known, since the 70s, for new and alternative ideas.
Plymouth thrives as a city of culture, with cool shops and restaurants that run right along the waterfront.