Birmingham Tourism & Travel Guide

Growing up in Birmingham, I have always been used to city life....

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Birmingham is just 45 minutes away by train, and from many UK locations you'll possibly need to change in Birmingham anyway....

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Eat: Explore the famous Balti Triangle. Birmingham is famous for curry and this triangle has about 50 restaurants serving this dish.Day 8 & 9: Bath & Stonehenge Distance from Birmingham: 175km
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Birmingham - these can be as cheap as £2 from London! Once you're in Birmingham, grab a train to Stratford or, alternatively, catch a coach from Birmingham coach station with Johnson's coaches - £5.20 for a single, £6.20 for a return.Driving/parking: You can work out how to get here, but it's parking that can really get you in Stratford. For short term parking, try a few residential streets that are perhaps a 10 minute walk from the centre - some will allow you to park for 2 hours for free as a non-resident, while others(e.g. around Sanctus Road) seemingly have no restrictions. Of course, always check! Where you stay might have somewhere to park for free. For cheap parking, this spot on Birmingham Road (near No 1 Shakespeare Street) offers £3 parking all day. If you're looking for something more secure, Bridgeway Multi Storey car park is free for the first hour, going to £10 for 24 hours.Places to Stay
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