Planning Your Visit
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Make the most out of Plymouth
While you're in Plymouth why not explore further – visit local attractions, get involved in activities and find things to do; head over to the Visit Plymouth website for more details.
Download our Plymouth city map. This will help you to navigate your way around the city during your visit. The map highlights the different areas within Plymouth that are a must see.
Travelling to Plymouth by car
Travelling by car to Plymouth is easily accessible from most locations within the UK.
Most driving routes will bring you onto the M5, which eventually merges to become the A38, bringing you directly to Plymouth. If you cross the Tamar Bridge towards Saltash then you've gone too far.
Drive time from London is around three and a half hours, from Manchester is around four and a half hours and from Cardiff is around two and a half hours.
We recommend you use Google Maps to plan the quickest route for you.
There are over 50 car parks and more than 5,200 parking spaces in Plymouth. 19 of these car parks are situated in and around the city centre, varying from short term and long term stays.
Find out more on where to park in Plymouth here.
There is a variety of bus options you can choose to travel to Flavour Fest.
Bus Travel within Plymouth
Plymouth City Council have published a plan your bus journey page together to help find which bus you need to catch, where to catch it from and what time it leaves.
Park and Ride
Stagecoach operate all three park and ride sites in Plymouth; Coypool, the George and Milehouse. Services run from Monday to Saturday (excluding bank holidays) and are every 10 to 12 minutes (can be up to 15 minutes at certain times).
Visit the Park and Ride website for further details.
Travelling from outside of Plymouth
All buses from outside Plymouth finish at the new Plymouth Coach Station on Mayflower Street, which is only a five minute walk from the food festival.
Visit the National Express website for further details.
Plymouth Train Station is located only a short 10 minute walk from Flavour Fest. Once arrived at the station, please exit and turn right onto Saltash Road, turn left up towards North Cross roundabout, go under the underpass and and turn right towards Plymouth City Centre.
Visit the National Rail website for further details.
Our Tourist Information Centre is in the heart of the picturesque Barbican, Plymouth's historic maritime quarter. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can give you advice on where to stay and help you make the most of your visit.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01752 306330.
Head over to the Plymouth's Official Tourist Board site to find out the latest on news and events, as well as where to stay, eat, shop and spend time in Plymouth.