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Portsmouth is a picturesque coastal city with a vast array of things to do and see. Its wonderful combination of old and new sets this place apart from other destinations. The Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is located near the Spinnaker tower, which is the city's newest landmark and an architectural masterpiece.
The many museums of Portsmouth offer fun for the whole family, including the D-Day Museum, Portsmouth Natural History Museum, Royal Marines Museum and many more. Other attractions such as Blue Reef Aquarium, where you'll come face to face with a whole host of amazing sea-life, and Playzone, the indoor adventure playground, will be sure to please the kids. Southsea's fabulous sea-front is home to playgrounds and a great funfair offering hours of entertainment. There's plenty of fun for the adults as well and Gunwharf Quays is home to designer outlet shopping, a multitude of bars and nightclubs, as well as a cinema & bowling multiplex.
The Portsmouth land train offers a great trip starting at Palmerston Road and travelling all the way to Southsea Beach. You also wont want to miss the great guided cruises offered in Portsmouth which provide fabulous sightseeing opportunities from a whole different angle.
Portsmouth is also home to amazing historic ships such as the HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. The city has been the home of the Royal Navy for over 500 years.
When it comes to places to stay, Portsmouth offers a whole host of different accommodations to suit all tastes. From quaint bed & breakfasts to luxury four-star hotels, making it easy for you to find a place ideal for your family or group.
Due to its location, Portsmouth enjoys some of the sunniest weather in England. Sheltered from the most northerly winds by the Portsdown Hill, Portsmouth has higher-than-average temperatures. From late Spring to early Autumn this destination offers warm and sunny weather, making it one of the most enjoyable climates in the country.