If you prefer to avoid touristy souvenir shops, do as the locals do and take a trip to Plymouth City Market. Plymouth has had a village marketplace since the 13th century. Its original structure was destroyed by Nazi bombs in 1941, but it was reconstructed from 1957 to 1959 and is now a registered historic building. Inside, you'll find fishmongers, antique dealers and clothing shops, among other vendors. If you're a photographer in search of great shots of local life, this is the place to find them.