The best of Birmingham city Walking tour

The best of Birmingham city Walking tour

Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom.
The city is interesting for its history, culture, architecture, parks, canals.Did you know that Birmingham canals are longer than Venice canals? Take a stroll through Victoria Square favorite tourist spot.
What makes it so special? You will see the unique shape and architecture of Victoria Law Courts. Its foundation stone was laid by Queen Victoria. How old is this building? Did you know that Birmingham Library is the largest public library in Europe? More than two million visitors visit it every year! Walk the streets of an exclusive city with a local charismatic guide, discover many interesting facts and secrets about Birmingham.
* Duration: 2 hours
* Starts: Birmingham, United Kingdom
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Cultural Tours




Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom.
The city is interesting for its history, culture, architecture, parks, canals.Did you know that Birmingham canals are longer than Venice canals? Take a stroll through Victoria Square favorite tourist spot.
What makes it so special? You will see the unique shape and architecture of Victoria Law Courts. Its foundation stone was laid by Queen Victoria. How old is this building? Did you know that Birmingham Library is the largest public library in Europe? More than two million visitors visit it every year! Walk the streets of an exclusive city with a local charismatic guide, discover many interesting facts and secrets about Birmingham.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, England

St Martins at the Bullring,
The Bullring Centre,
New Street,
Corporation Street,
Old Square and the Law Courts,
Great Western Arcade,
St Philips Cathedral and Colmore Row,
Victoria Square including the Town Hall, the Council House and the Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum,
Centenary Square: including the Library, the Reparatory Theatre, the ICC and the Symphony Hall,
The Canals of Birmingham,
Brindley Place (National Arena, Sea Life Centre and Ikon Gallery).

Duration: 2 hours