Birmingham City Centre Area Guide
The UK’s second city hosts one of the most vibrant City Centre’s in the world with an array of entertainment, eateries and shopping complexes to visit including the incredible Grand Central Shopping Centre with one of the largest John Lewis stores in the UK.
With more miles of canals than Venice, the City Centre was known for its trade and industrial heritage. Today, the City Centre has transformed into a trendy and transient location for professional people, local families and tourists to enjoy it’s modern yet historical landscape. There are 5 Michelin Star restaurants in Birmingham and is the only city with a Michelin star restaurant outside of London so it goes without saying the City is known for good fine dining.
Thousands of tourists visit Birmingham City Centre every day and thanks to easy access via a newly engineered metro track and three popular railway stations plus the HS2 Train Station arriving in 2026, Birmingham is a fantastic place to live, work and visit.