Birmingham Things to Do
Birmingham is a diverse and dynamic city known for its unique landmarks and its blend of ancient and modern culture. There are many kinds of hotels in Birmingham and most can be booked at reasonable rates via the website http://directrooms.com. A city of world-class culture with a fascinating history, Birmingham offers a myriad of things to do including superb shopping, major international events and exhibitions, award-winning restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Birmingham offers an exciting range of visual and performing arts and a variety of music and theatre. Any visit should include a stop at the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and its many great exhibitions and collections, and both the Royal Ballet at the Hippodrome and the acclaimed Symphony Hall with its many concerts.
Birmingham’s many fine international restaurants reflect the city’s ethnic diversity. Probably the most famous and the most reasonable eatery in the area is known as the Balti Triangle. You also don’t want to miss the Bullring, at city centre, which is the largest of its kind in the United Kingdom. Located in the heart of the city, it offers an excellent shopping experience with 140 shops and two department stores (including the architecturally dazzling Selfridges) to choose from.
Birmingham sparkles after the sun goes down. Brindleyplace in the city’s canal side development offers a quarter of a mile of pubs, clubs and restaurants including the super club, Gatecrasher. Live music can be found in the Jewellery Quarter and St Paul’s Square.
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