Bed and Breakfast Birmingham
Being Britain’s second largest city, Birmingham might be a bit underexposed. However, staying in a Bed and Breakfast Birmingham will give you the opportunity to explore the West Midlands and the many tourist attractions which this region has to offer. Explore the Heart of England which combines history and modernity!
The many canals were a byproduct of the industrial revolution. As the commercial traffic over water in the city has stopped, nowadays the canals are used mostly for pleasure boating. Here you can find more kilometres of canal than in Venice by which you can explore the city and outskirts from the water while staying at a Bed and Breakfast Birmingham.
Birmingham is one of the most culturally mixed cities in the United Kingdom. It hosts Europe’s second-largest and the third-largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade of the world. Get green and celebrate this originally Irish memorial day. Or visit the Balti Triangle. This area in the south of the city centre, is reported to be the UK birthplace of the Balti Curry, an Indian cuisine dish. Immerse yourself in this multicultural city with an overnight stay at a Bed and Breakfast Birmingham!
History and culture
In the centre of the city you will find Victoria Square. At this historic square you can find impressive buildings like the the Town Hall which is built in 1832, the City Council and the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, which are really worth a visit! These buildings will give you an impression of the history and culture of this city. At the centenary square, you can find modern buildings like the Symphony Hall with its world-class acoustics and stunning auditorium and the Library of Birmingham, the largest public library in the United Kingdom and known as the largest public cultural space in Europe. Book your Bed and Breakfast Birmingham now!
Staying at an Airbnb Birmingham can be a great way to get a taste of this amazing city. However, by choosing a B&B instead of an Airbnb Birmingham will give your stay a much more personal touch!