Visit Birmingham and indulge your inner child at Cadbury World, the world-renowned chocolate factory here you can order a liquid pot of chocolate with your choice of sweet treat added, from marshmallows to moreish sweets, as well as watching the famed chocolate-making process.
Also, The futuristic Library of Birmingham and the dazzling Selfridges Bullring retail centre are two contemporary achievements that should not be missed in this city that is home to numerous architectural treasures. The city is well-known for its culinary culture, which includes everything from the flavourful family-run restaurants in the Balti Triangle to Michelin-starred establishments across the city. If you want to do something unusual, take a canal boat tour of the city. Birmingham boasts more canal miles than Venice, and there is plenty of varying landscape to take in while exploring the city. While you’re there, you should pay a visit to the National Sea Life Centre, where you’ll be amazed by the variety of marine life on exhibit.
Birmingham’s renowned Jewellery Quarter is home to the manufacture of about 40% of all British jewelry. The historic area is the ideal location for purchasing hand made items that have been crafted from in the artisans’ workshops. While, You may want to stop here for a night or two en route to Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, which is about an hour south by rail from here.