Enjoy a boat cruise through the Venice of England
Looking for culture, the latest fashion and vibrant nightlife? Book a flight to Birmingham and go shopping on Victoria Square or in the covered Bullring. The city's historic centre is full of attractions, such as the Birmingham Town Hall and the beautiful Council House. If you love English manors, don't miss the opportunity to visit Winterbourne House. Birmingham offers attractions for everyone!
Historic canals and workers’ homes
Birmingham boasts more miles of canals than Venice, so a boat tour is the perfect way to explore the city. The heart of this vast canal network is Gas Street Basin, home to many fun restaurants and shops. Another fascinating attraction is the 19th century Back to Backs: this unique courtyard still preserves a collection of working class houses that were literally built back-to-back. Ready to take a break? The botanical gardens are just around the corner. Birmingham is the ideal destination for a weekend holiday and the as starting point for a longer vacation in the United Kingdom. Treat yourself: book a flight to Birmingham now!
Culinary evenings and lively nights
When night falls in Birmingham, a whole new side of the city comes alive. Streets lined with classic pubs and trendy clubs with live music create a vibrant atmosphere. Broad Street features a large number of establishments, but the fun Jewellery Quarter is also great for an evening on the town. Birmingham is also known for being one of the best cities for ‘foodies’ in England. Enjoy a delicious meal in one of the city's hundreds of restaurants, ranging from a Michelin-star eatery to a simple bistro or pub.
Flights to Birmingham for a unique holiday
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Victoria Square is the heart of Birmingham. Most city events take place at this square that is also home to the impressive Town Hall and the Council House. The square is easy to find: major roads New Street, Paradise Street and Colmore Row converge here and the square lies on an important pedestrian route that runs between Bull Ring and Brindleyplace. This is a wonderful spot to take a break and admire the architecture, for example on the large steps in front of the Council House.
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