New Year's Eve in Plymouth in 2013/ 2013 - turn of the year on the coast of Devon
With a history dating back to the Bronze Age, but also famous as the port from where the Pilgrim Fathers left England in 1620 on their way to the New World, Plymouth is a unitary authority area on the coast of Devon, with a population of over 250,000 people. It has grown to be among England's busiest cities, as well as one of its major shipping points. A large cosmopolitan lively city, spending the New Year's Eve in Plymouth in 2012/ 2013 is definitely a choice no one will regret.
Tourists coming to celebrate the turn of the year 2012/ 2013 in Plymouth will probably want to know that Charlie Chaplin himself was a performer in what has become the town's favourite late-night entertainment locations and a place requiring early bookings for the New Year's, the Palace Theatre. The breathtaking fireworks show can be watched from all the main sites in the town, such as the Royal Citadel, the Parade or the Mayflower Steps Memorial. A spectacular landscape, unique sights and high-quality services are only some of the things offered to visitors celebrating the New Year's Eve in Plymouth in 2012/ 2013.