Guide type: Area Guide
31st May 2017
Photo Credit: Image taken from Independent Birmingham
Areas such as Digbeth, situated in Central Birmingham, where trendy vintage shops and street food have joined the historic atmosphere of Victorian framework and the Custard Factory, which serves as the leading hub for Birmingham’s creative and digital businesses plus music events, have become staples of Birmingham leisure life.
Travel into Birmingham has become even more appealing with the newly renovated New Street railway station located in Central Birmingham. With new geometric shaped art sculptures supplementing the improved journey times; travellers will feel a certain luxury of being in an urban hotspot. Thanks to renovations at New Street, it has never been easier to travel to and from the city centre.
For those looking to take advantage of the air travel available in and out of Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport will serve passengers both domestically and internationally to destinations in Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, North America and the Caribbean.
The cultural diversity and vibrant lifestyle flourishing in this charming city have landed it among other venerated, lively and cultural melting pots such as Johannesburg, New Orleans and Wellington.
Birmingham’s global presence in the business and travel industries is even more impressive when considering Birmingham’s short time as a city. Being the youngest city in Europe, Birmingham has wasted no time in making an impression on the global stage and attracts remarkable amounts of local and foreign investments. With regeneration schemes surpassing the scale of any other renewal in the UK outside of London, Birmingham is certainly moving in the right direction and will continue to attract like-minded business.