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Miniguide to Birmingham: Located in the West Midlands, Birmingham has long been regarded as England’s second city. Take a trip to Brindleyplace - Birmingham’s most popular leisure, tourist and business destination. Set amongst the city’s historic canals, it’s a real Peaky Blinder. You can take your pick from over 27 trendy bars and restaurants including All One Bar which offers an array of wines; a perfect way to relax and unwind after a busy day. If you fancy some late night grub, Bank offers late-night food and outdoor seating.
Birmingham boasts a host of world-class attractions. Step back in time with a trip to the National Trust’s Back to Backs. These are the last surviving court of back-to-back houses in Birmingham. For the chocolate lovers out there, Birmingham is the home of Cadbury World. You can brush up on all things chocolate with a host of interactive exhibits and mouthfuls of chocolatey history! If you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery houses Pre-Raphaelite paintings, housing one of the largest collections in the world. It’s also home to The Electric Cinema, the oldest working cinema in the whole of the UK! For a fun filled day for all the family, take a trip to the National SEA LIFE Centre which is home to over 60 displays of freshwater and marine life. 10 miles west of Birmingham, in the town of Dudley, you’ll find the Black Country Museum. An award winning, open-air museum which tells the story of the creation of the world’s first industrial landscape. You can take a look around over 50 authentic shops, workshops and houses. All of which have been reconstructed to reflect the era.
Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise. It’s the home of the Birmingham Bullring, a massive indoor shopping centre that houses over 200 stores including Selfridges and John Lewis. Whilst the nearby Rag Market offers an eclectic mix of haberdashery, gifts, household items and much more.
Birmingham Travel Information: Birmingham is served by good transport links. Hop on board a National Express coach, you’ll find the station in Digbeth. The station serves the whole of Great Britain, as well as Belfast and Dublin. Birmingham is also supported by good rail links. You can catch a train from one of the Birmingham Station Groups, either New Street, Moor Street or Snow Hill. From Birmingham airport, it’s about a 30 minute drive into the city centre. The easiest and most reliable way get around the city is to hire a taxi, minibus or coach.