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Birmingham City Centre: A Local Guide

Birmingham is England’s second city and is a bustling hub of culture, business and leisure.

In the centre is the world famous Bullring which is every shoppers dream with easy access form the surrounding suburbs via several train stations and trams.

A huge array of restaurants from street food ventures to Michelin starred venues and everything in between.

Picturesque parks , canals and green spaces throughout with many famous landmarks.

Birmingham attracts many big corporations into the city making the centre buoyant with business, networking and socialising.


Birmingham is the second-largest city in England. It began as a Saxon village. In the early 12th century it grew into a town.

In 1166 the King gave the Lord of the Manor, Peter De Birmingham, the right to hold a weekly market at Birmingham.

Once a market was up and running merchants and craftsmen came to live in Birmingham and it soon developed into a busy little town.


Serviced by New Street Station alongside Moor Street and Snow Hill Stations makes Birmingham incredibly easy to access.

The recently added overground trams make getting around within City Centre effortless as well as connecting the City to Wolverhampton and the Black Country.

There is much excitement over the anticipated opening of HS2 allowing Birmingham residents super-fast access to London – this will really cement Birmingham as a business Hub to rival the Capital.

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