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