Birmingham

Country information:

Capital: London

Language: English

Currency: Pound Sterling 

Time difference: 1 hour, it is one hour behind France.

Climate: temperate with frequent precipitation all year round but often light drizzle

Things to see and do

Visit the mythical Cadbury's chocolate factory. In 1824, John Cadbury began selling tea, coffee and, later, chocolate on Bull Street. This was the beginning of a love affair with chocolate...

Fill up on culture thanks to the many museums, avant-garde galleries and theatres. And enjoy a gentle stroll along the many kilometres of renovated canals which cross the city.

 

Further information:

http://visitbirmingham.com

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