Birmingham is a city full of surprises, boasting a diverse culture and dynamic vibrancy that few other UK regions can hold a candle to.
Combining an extensive and interesting history with some of Europe's most enviable shopping, dining and nightlife, this city delivers on the promise of offering a truly unique quality.
Birmingham's canal-side is the place to leisurely stroll or sip cocktails by day, while the night brings to life the city's stylish younger crowd in search of wild parties. Live music is also a nightly staple, with St. Paul's Square and the Jewellery Quarter regularly showcasing the best up and coming bands the UK has to offer, along with the occasional global superstar.
Being the UK's second city, and part of a triangle of large towns and small cities with a shared past industrial heritage know as the Black Country. The major locations making up this industrial region are Leicester, Walsall, Solihull, Coventry & Wolverhampton. Birmingham is also home to the NEC which is one of the premier UK exhibition centres. The National Exhibition Centre is just a twenty minute drive from the city centre.