Birmingham

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Anonymous

Really nice big city, clean and tidy. Car park that we booked was within a walking distance to the city centre, everything easily accessible, some good shops on the high street. Visited museum in Birmingham which was for free, overall, a great experience and would definitely recommend visiting this city.

Anonymous

Birmingham is definitely a city like no other. It is worth noting that it is one of the youngest cities in England. With that being said, the night life is pretty vibrant as there are many bars/clubs around the city centre. In addition to that, there are also a lot of stores and restaurants around the area so you’ll never really run out of places to go. Farther away from the city center, Birmingham also have its nature side with canals and many parks.

Anonymous

Birmingham is a great city to be a student in. Public transport to city centre from most places runs every 10 minutes, Bullring shopping centre has every shop you could want (including the world's biggest Primark!), and the nightlife is diverse and has something for everyone. There are plenty of restaurants and fast food places that are cheap enough for students and there are lots of places to visit and activities to do.

Anonymous

Plenty of green spaces, lots of stuff to do in the city centre, cheap transport and affordable drinks. University also located in a nice area, with fairly reasonably priced accomodation.

Anonymous

Multicultural now even though there are really high crime rates there is lots to do in Birmingham from the popular Bullring, To the variety of shops and entertainment to different cultures and backgrounds it is a site to see

Anonymous

I think Birmingham is a top quality city for a reasonable price. I think everything is easily accessible by public transport, and there is a lot to do. The city centre is easy to find and navigate with lots of things to do so that you can’t be bored.

Anonymous

So much going on always something to do the night life is brilliant the restaurants are good. There are always activities going on.

Anonymous

It’s such a big city with so many different activities to be involved in. From walking down the canal to partying all night . Bars and restaurants have friendly staff and the night life is amazing . You’ll meet so many different people by engaging in activities, surveys or mini performances

Anonymous

Birmingham city is a very great place to live in as everything is available. I don’t drive because the transport is available 24 hours and the service is quite good. The city is full of entertainment as there are many thing that could be done, such as shopping in Bullring and in a lot of other shops; nights out at the clubs of Broad Street which are amazing etc. There is also a large variety of restaurants available in the city: Asian, Indian, Mexican etc.

Anonymous

Birmingham is very good got shopping, fun activities for groups of young friends. Great places to eat out

Anonymous

Birmingham has everything you could possibly need, a massive shopping centre surrounded by restaurants and bars- ranging from low priced to Michelin star standard. The value for money is noteworthy. There are comedy clubs and escape rooms and many more exciting things to do.

Anonymous

Birmingham has the best nights out with a lot of variety and something to suit everyone. The shopping is good aswell as you have the Bullring, Selfridges and Grand Central.

Anonymous

Very fun packed city! Full of life never nothing to do but can get fairly busy but overall is worth the visit

Anonymous

Birmingham is the most alive city in my opinion. I have visited few other cities but I never had nights like those in Birmingham. Broad St. is the place you can't miss .

Anonymous

The geographical heart of England, Birmingham began life as a sixth- century Anglo-Saxon village. Today, much of this city of over a million dates back to post-WWII redevelopment in the 1950s and 60s. Cutting edge museums and galleries, innovative theatres and excellent shopping have contributed to Birmingham's appeal as a weekend break destination. Don't miss the Balti Triangle, home to the Pakistani food in the UK, the hopping bars and cafes of Gas Street Basin, or the National Sea Life Centre.

Anonymous

Great place to live and study . Lots of places to enjoy student life close to home. Places to spend days with family on visits. Lovely people

Anonymous

Great city would recommend it loads to do great people great night out great shops Great city would recommend it loads to do great people great night out great shops

Anonymous

Birmingham has a strong selection of clubs, restaurants and shopping outlets but could do with more independent food vendors or shops. Public Transport within the city is good, with buses, trains and trams all for a good price and allowing contactless payments.

Anonymous

Birmingham has really good nightlife from pubs, bars and nightclubs with regular 241 deals. The city centre has amazing shopping and a great choice of restaurants to visit. You can get around the city easily by bus, train, tram and Uber. Definitely a place to check out.

Anonymous

Ive lived in Birmingham all my life! Love the city centre. Everything here is easily accessible and the bus services are great too. Love everything about birmingham and its the heart of the city!

Anonymous

A city of joy brining you 5 stars in every aspect. The bullring and touchwood shopping centres combined give you access to every department and independent store you could wish to shop in. The variety of food on offer is astounding, housing every major chain and an incredible selection of unique independent restaurants, that will blow you away. There is too quaklity dining for every price range. The Birmingham bus routes are accessible ane widespread allowing easy connections all over the city.

Anonymous

Is a big town with lots to do, whether its 2pm or 2am. Clubs have a big variety and cater for everyone's taste. Altogether, for a young person who is exploring the world, Birmingham is filled with oppurtunity.

Anonymous

Shopping is good there is a lot to choose from and transport is accessible and thr city centre is very easy to get to. Things to do on weekends are very common and close.

Anonymous

Birmingham is like a cheaper and smaller version of London. There are serval good locations to have a good night out from pryzm in broad street to indi bar in Arcadian to lab11 in digbeth. Shopping wise - Birmingham has pleanty!! There are always new pop up shops in the bullring walkway and there are all the essential shops such as Zara, topshop and boots! Restaurant choice is also huge, whatever you fancy eating, you'll find.

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