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Exploring Birmingham

With more miles of canal than Venice, and the proud birthplace of the Balti curry, England’s second city is a down to earth place, with plenty of surprises up its sleeve. Built on a bedrock of hard-work and industrialisation, modern Birmingham has evolved into a stylish and varied destination, with iconic buildings like the dimpled Bullring Shopping Centre and the glassy Beetham Tower making it enjoyable to look at as well as explore.

Accommodations in Birmingham

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Birmingham is the Grove House - B&B, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Langley Cottage Guest House in Birmingham as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Birmingham

- Cadbury World

What kid wouldn't be over the moon about a visit to a world devoted to chocolate? The various themed zones will transport you and your family through its sweet history, from the rainforests of the Mayans to the creation of the first Cadbury's chocolate factory. You'll also see how chocolate is made, take a 4D cinema ride into molten chocolate, and of course there's plenty to taste as well.

- Birmingham Botanical Gardens

These beautiful gardens have four stunning glasshouses that range from an exotic Tropical House through to a Subtropical, Mediterranean and Arid Houses. There are some beautiful gardens, a playground, a tearoom and a gift shop.

Transportation in Birmingham

Birmingham is perfectly placed at the centre of England, and city is home to a large airport, which connects it with destinations across Europe and beyond. Trains can whip you from the terminal straight to London in just over an hour, or up to Manchester and the gorgeous Lake District, if you’re looking to explore a little further afield. A modern tram system links Birmingham with neighbours Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, while an extensive bus service covers every corner of the city.

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