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Birmingham

Birmingham is the second-largest city in the UK.

OH yes, it is... many people don't know that because many people know more about London in England as it's the capital, Manchester and Liverpool, they are well known for their very famous football teams.

Birmingham is the city of many famous car manufacturers like Range Rover, Aston Martin, and the old models of Rover.

Derby is the city of rolls Royce, the manufacturer of many aeroplanes that you see worldwide.

Stafford-upon-Avon

Stafford-upon-Avon, only 20 miles away from Birmingham, is the birth town of Shakespeare; you could there visit his home and the places that he stayed at a young age.

The Library of Birmingham 

Birmingham is also the home of the most extensive library in Europe.

The Library of Birmingham is a public library situated in the city centre at Centenary Square, beside the Birmingham Rep and Baskerville House.

Upon opening on 3 September 2013, it replaced Birmingham Central Library.

The library, which is estimated to have cost £188.8 million, is viewed by the Birmingham City Council as a flagship project for the city's redevelopment.

People have said that it is the most extensive public library in the UK, the most significant public cultural space in Europe, and the most comprehensive regional library in Europe.

Two million four hundred fourteen thousand eight hundred sixty visitors came to the library in 2014, making it the 10th most popular visitor attraction in the UK.

You can also visit Cadbury World, a visitor attraction featuring self-guided exhibition tours.

The time tells the history of chocolate and the Cadbury business.

The Bull Ring 

In Birmingham, you can also enjoy shopping at The Bull Ring as it is a significant shopping centre in the city's centre.

When combined l, " Grand Central is the main train station in Birmingham" it is the United Kingdom's most significant city centre-based shopping centre.

It has been an essential feature of Birmingham since the Middle Ages, when people in Birmingham first held its market.

Moreover, The local government built Two shopping centres in the 1960s.

The site is on the edge of the Sandstone city ridge, which results in a steep gradient towards Digbeth.

The slope drops approximately 15 metres from New Street to St Martin's Church, visible near the church.

The current shopping centre was the busiest in the UK in 2004, with 36.5 million visitors.

It housed Selfridges department stores and was previously the fourth largest Debenhams in the UK.

Birmingham Museum

If you love art, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery in Birmingham, England.

It has a collection of international importance covering fine art, ceramics, metalwork, jewellery, natural history, local history and industrial history.

Birmingham Museums Trust runs the museum/gallery, the largest independent museums trust in the UK.

Aston Villa

Birmingham is the home city of Birmingham football and the well-known premier league football team Aston Villa.

Edgbaston Cricket Ground

The Edgbaston Cricket Ground is 1 mile away from the city centre in Birmingham.

The ground is also called the County Ground or Edgbaston Stadium, a cricket ground in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham, England.

It is also home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and its T20 team Birmingham Bears.

Moreover, Birmingham is situated about 120 miles away from London's capital city.

Chauffeur service Birmingham

While in Birmingham, Use MTS - Chauffeur service and Airport Transfers, they have a fleet of executive cars with excellent knowledge of the city, and you could book via our website.



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