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Situated in the West Midlands, Birmingham is the second largest city in England. The city lies in a close proximity to the geographic centre of England at the intersection point of national railway and motorway systems. Regarded to be one of the most significant cities when it comes to industrial and commercial area, Birmingham lies at a distance of 110 miles in the northwest direction of London. 

Lake Birmingham       |        Image by wonjong oh from Pixabay 
 

Situated in the West Midlands, Birmingham is the second largest city in England. The city lies in a close proximity to the geographic centre of England at the intersection point of national railway and motorway systems. Regarded to be one of the most significant cities when it comes to industrial and commercial area, Birmingham lies at a distance of 110 miles in the northwest direction of London. 

 

Streets of Birmingham      |        Image by khamkhor from Pixabay 
 

Contemporarily,Birmingham remains one of the most important cities and the apple of Britain’s eye. Known to be a beautiful amalgamation of history, culture, cuisine and adventure, if you’re bailing out from visiting Birmingham, you better have a good excuse for it. 

The mouth-drooling cuisine is worth exploring while in the city, apart from the rich commerce field, the culinary background of the city appears to be quite rich when experienced. Some of the dishes that one must simply not miss are Faggots, perhaps the most appropriate example of Brummie cuisine, faggots will make you full but you just can’t get enough of it. Shrewsbury cakes have you ever had something which is regarded to be a crossover between a cake and cookies? If not then be ready for a surprise bursting into your mouth as this shortbread biscuit is bound to dazzle all the sweet lovers out there. 

Best Time To Visit Birmingham 

Although the city welcomes different sort of tourists at different times as per their needs, desire to witness, however, the best time to visit the city is marked to be in the season of fall and springs if you are in mood for some hiking and golfing. The months from March to May and September to November are regarded to be the shoulder season which is why it is very smooth on your pockets, the weather is pretty amazing with scenic views from the country. 

Winter seasons sometimes go to the extreme making heavy snowfalls, upto two inches and providing a great view to its visitors. Visiting during December will be the most inexpensive plan for Birmingham. Summer season is seen to be the peak season which welcomes too many tourists thereby raising the accommodation rates. 

 

Birmingham is not a compact city, the huge city boasts innumerable places to explore for its visitors and several modes of transportation for easy and convenient conveyance. If you wish to explore the city on foot, you might have to wear a pair of comfy shoes as the centre is compact which boasts the best places in the city. The distance from a shopping centre to the vibrant nightlife club is less than a mile. 

Bus,Birmingham        |        Image by eastleighbusman from flickr

Travelling via a bus is the best way to move around in the busy city without spending too much. The busses depart from many parts of the city and provides with an amazing view from the glass window, a single ticket would cost somewhere around 2.50 EUR and it is advisable to ALWAYS keep change along with you while travelling in a bus. If you are going to stay for at least a week, you can consider buying a weekly ticket that will save you some money. 

 

Train,Birmingham        |        Image by Dai Lygad from flickr
 

If you wish to travel via a train, you can check the routes on the National Rail Website online before leaving for sightseeing. The main train station for the city is New Street connects one part of the city to the other several other train stations in the city are Birmingham Snow Hill and Moor Street. 

Running from Wolverhampton to Birmingham Snow Hill, the metro or the tram system of the city is amazing for all those who want to stroll around and do some shopping. The price for metro is almost the same for the bus and would be in the budget if you are travelling solo or low on budget. 

Birmingham Taxi is the best way to roam around the city without spending too much time standing in a queue or amongst the crowd in a public transportation. If you are looking for a cheap taxi in Birmingham, make sure to check out Rydeu’s exclusive offers and book your ride right away. 

 

The beautiful city is quite a huge one therefore it offers a lot of more transportation to reach the city centre from the airport. 

Airport Bus,Birmingham      |       Image by eastleighbusman from flickr 
 

Busses are one convenient option if you want to go to the city centre without spending too much, however, if you are travelling with a lot of luggage or your little ones, you might want to reconsider taking a bus as the busses are usually very crowded. There are approximately 5 options if you want to take a bus, Bus X1 connects Birmingham to Coventry, bus 966 connects Erdington to Solihull bus number 97/97A connects the airport directly to the city centre, bus 75/75A connects Sutton Coldfield to Birmingham International Station and bus number 91. 

If you are running short on time, you can take a train from Birmingham international railway station, the journey takes approximately 10-15 minutes and the trains function at an interval of two minutes. Different trains connect the airport station to different parts of the city, a single ticket would cost somewhere around 3-4 EUR, if you are making your stay for a week, it is highly advisable to buy a weekly pass to save up on some extra bucks. 

Airport taxi from Birmingham is not only comfy but also very cost-effective. After a long flight, we all do deserve some comfort and talking of comfort, there’s nothing better than private taxi in Birmingham. So fellas what are you waiting for? Make sure to explore our exclusive collection and book a ride for yourself right away. 

 

With the power to beckon every traveller with its rich culture and heritage, Birmingham is one of its kind. The rich history when fusioned with the contemporary activities makes this city the most preferable in the list of travellers. Running through the history, the tourist footfall of the city is seen to be somewhere around 40 million per year, making itself to be one of the most visited places in Europe every year. As mentioned previously, the city is quite huge and offers a lot of sightseeing places to explore, if you are visiting the city in a rush and want to explore only the best places that the city is home to, keep reading further.

Victoria Square
Victoria Square,Birmingham
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Victoria Square 

Known for being the heart and soul of the city, Victoria Square can be explored properly on foot. The alluring town hall is regarded to be the epitome of glorious Victorian architecture made of Anglesey Marble. Mistry’s fountain is so beautiful that it will take your breath away while the Symphony Hall with excellent acoustics and an auditorium which boasts some of the great artists on a regular basis. The renowned “Big Brum” clock can also be witnessed while exploring the place. 

 

Birmingham Museum
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
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Birmingham Museum And Art Gallery

Dating back to 1885 when the museum was constructed, it has worked and gained so much glory that contemporarily, the museum is considered to be one of the finest museums in Europe. Considered as a home to artwork by the painters of the 17th and 18th century, the museum also features artwork that explains the rich history of the city and the archaeological artwork from the Stone Age. The Ikon art gallery is a current art museum that majorly throws the light on contemporary art lovers wanting to explore it in Birmingham. 

 

 

 

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