So if you are making your first trip to Pompey it can be hard to whittle down the list of places to see. So The News decided to ask our readers what the most iconic places in the city are. Here are the 12 they suggested.
One of our reader's wrote: 'Micks burger van on the hill.' Picking it as one of Portsmouth's most iconic places.
One of our reader's wrote: 'QA Hospital is nice, have been here a lot this week. I have had excellent service.'
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This Chinese in St Marys Road is one of the most iconic places to visit in the city according to our readers and was suggested many times.
If you are coming to Portsmouth for the first time, a trip to see Southsea and the iconic 'quirky' Albert Road should be on the cards.
This was bound to be suggested! Ken's has somewhat of an empire with a number of sites across the city, including in Southsea, North End and the city centre.
Home of the city's beloved Pompey, it is one of the most iconic places in the city according to our readers. You would be mad not to see it when you visited us.
Home of the HMS Victory this is one of the most iconic places in Portsmouth. It certainly has enough attractions to keep you entertained on your visit.
If you were making your first trip to Portsmouth, it would be ludicrous not to visit the city's iconic seafront, according to our readers.
Home of the Square and Round Towers this is one of the most iconic parts of Portsmouth and is steeped in history.
Located in Southsea, one of our readers labelled it as iconic. They wrote: 'Queens Hotel on a Sunday afternoon.'
Visible from most places in the city, the Spinnaker is one of the most iconic places to visit in Portsmouth. A reader wrote: 'I would say 1of a few places would be the spinnaker tower.'
With dozens of shops and restaurants for you to visit, this is one of the most iconic parts of the city according to our readers.