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Birmingham

Birmingham

Birmingham, the second largest city in Britain is a real gem, the inspiration source for the famous author J.R.R. Tolkien to write about the celebrated fantasy fiction "The Lord of the Rings". A city, renowned for its dining scene that will satisfy the most demanding palate and thanks to the many attractions the tourists will for sure keep themselves busy and with world-class shopping centres all fashionistas will leave the city with a smile and when the night falls there is an exciting nightlife to discover. Birmingham the city that tourist will be amazed about.
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Stockholm Arlanda - Birmingham
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Jewellery Quarter

Dating back over 250 years, Jewellery Quarter is a conservation area with over 200 listed buildings and today one of Birmingham´s most vibrant locations with an amazing community spirit. This is also the home for more than 500 jewellery businesses, the beating heart of England's jewellery industry, making it a great place to buy some gifts and souvenirs. When here, you should also visit the award-winning museum on Vyse Street, called Museum of the Jewellery Quarter.

Address
Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Birmingham Town Hall

Designed by Joseph Hansom and inaugurated in 1832, Birmingham Town Hall is a Grade I listed concert hall located in Victoria Square. Today, it is a cultural hub together with its sister venue Symphony Hall, where to enjoy a diverse programme with classical concerts, jazz, dance, comedy rock, pop, folk and more. If you want to learn more about Birmingham’s most iconic historic building, then take the Town Hall tour and get an insight over the backstage areas.

Address
Victoria Square, Birmingham
Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is situated 13 kilometres east of Birmingham, only 10 minutes from the city centre. The adjacent train station is reached via a short trip on the free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system and between 00:30 and 02:00 there is a courtesy bus running to the station. Trains then depart for Birmingham; there are 7 services per hour from Birmingham Airport. However, they run less frequently in the evenings and at the weekends, (no trains at nights). Tickets can be purchased at the station for the 10 minute long journey to New Street Station. Bus 97A (a 24/7 service) connects Birmingham City Centre to Birmingham Airport. Tickets can be bought on the bus service. Licensed taxis operate 24-hour, and located directly outside the arrivals area of the terminal building. You can book your taxi ride in advance by email or phone (email ctmukltd2016@gmail.com +44 (0) 7376 859 569).

Address
Birmingham International Airport
Public Transport

In Birmingham, public transport consists of an extensive bus network and the inner suburbs are linked by local trains and trams. There are several different types of travel passes from which to choose, including a one-day rover pass. You can also pay your bus ticket when boarding the bus, but remember that you need to give the exact change. There are official bus stops scattered around Birmingham when wishing to board on a bus so hailing will not be necessary. For online timetables and fare information, check Network West Midlands website (www.networkwestmidlands.com/ways-to-travel/bus)