Travelling from Birmingham?
Birmingham Airport is located 8 miles(13 km) from the city center and 115 miles(185 km) from London.
With about 13 million passengers in 2017, Birmingham Airport is the 7th busiest in the United Kingdom.
The airport was opened on 8 July 1939 by the Duchess of Kent, Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark. The first commercial maglev transport system in the world operated at this Airport from 1984 to 1995. The system was transferring passengers from the terminal to the railway station and back.
The airport features 2 terminals, several shops, restaurants, and service areas.
Once you are in Birmingham, there are several things to do in the city, if you have some spare time.
Indulge yourself in Cadbury World
Get an insight into this world famous chocolate factory and buy some great and original gifts. A great attraction for families, packed with chocolate.
Shop in Bull Ring
Located in an old marketplace area, the Bull Ring is the place you can find anything you need to buy. Shop and dine in a modern landmark, located in the city center.
Visit Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Discover the city’s history and admire the pre-raphaelite art through ceramics, natural history, jewelry, and more.
Connect with the nature in Cannon Hill Park
Covering 250 miles, Cannon Hill Park is a place for the best day out for families and nature lovers. With the sports area, woodland and a lake, you can’t get bored.
Eat at the Carters of Moseley
One of the best restaurants in the country, holding a Michelin Star. The menu is simple, the plates full of flavor and the prices affordable
The second city of England, Birmingham has to offer something for all. Enjoy its warmth to the fullest!