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With Portsmouth earning the title as the UK’s only island city, there’s lots to see in the waterfront city. With plenty to do in Portsmouth, you can either get out on the water or explore the inland attractions.
Situated between Chichester, Southampton and the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth has centuries of history and miles of coastline. If you want to experience the benefits of living in a coastal city, Portsmouth might be the one for you.
From a thriving pub scene to restaurants serving different types of cuisine, when it comes to restaurants and pubs, Portsmouth has a whole variety of places to eat and drink in a great location.
Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth City Centre are two of the more popular shopping locations in the city. Here, you can find your high street favourites alongside a number of independent shops.
Connected to the various railway networks throughout the south, Portsmouth is a highly accessible city. You can get direct services to places like Gatwick Airport, London, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, and Southampton.
With a famous football club and great facilities, Portsmouth is a top sporting location. In addition to a number of leisure centres, its convenient waterfront location makes it a great spot for sailing and other water based activities.
To watch the latest the latest films, you can head over to the Vue at Gunwharf Quays and Odeon Port Solent. If indie film productions are more your thing, make sure to check out No. 6 Cinema.
If you’re having a break from exploring the city and want something to drink, Portsmouth has a whole lot to offer in the way of cafes and bars.
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