Transportation & Reach
Due to its central location in England, Birmingham is a major
transportation hub for motorway, rail, trams, buses and canal network.
Therefore, no matter where or how you want to travel, citys transport
system makes it pretty simple.
Besides a busy airport, Birmingham also has an extensive rail network.
Birmingham International Airport:
One of the UK's largest airports.
Serves all major European centers, the Middle East and North America.
Located just 14 km away from southeast of the city center. Its close
proximity to the National Exhibition Center makes it a popular destination
for business community as well as tourists.
Birmingham Railway Transportation:
Local Transportation of Birmingham:
- Birmingham New Street: It is city's major train station with services
running all over the country and is at center of the national rail
- Birmingham International Railway Station: It serves Birmingham
- Birmingham Snow Hill & Moor Street Railway Stations: These are
the two other major stations, located in the city center.
Hotels & Accommodation
- Bus: The service is run by Travel West Midlands (TWM)
together with some smaller bus companies also. The outer circle bus
routes are the longest urban bus routes in Europe. Recently constructed
the Bus Mall next to the Bull Ring Shopping Center provides large area
for buses to stop.
- Local Train: Serve only some suburbs of the city.
(Metro): Operated by Travel Midland Metro. It runs between
Birmingham and Wolverhampton.
Birmingham offers a mix of modern and traditional hotel facilities. From a
wild holiday to a romantic retreat or a business trip, Birmingham offers
such wide array of accommodations that can sometimes be quite baffling.
From five or four-star luxury hotels to the budgeted accommodations and
discount hotels, the city has it all.
Recommended hotels for your stay in Birmingham
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