Hello, birmingham

Renowned for its rich industrial heritage, Birmingham has evolved into a modern metropolis bustling with cultural diversity, historic landmarks, world-class attractions, and a vibrant arts scene. From fascinating museums and iconic shopping centres to stunning parks and a thriving food scene, Britain’s second-largest city boasts a myriad of experiences that cater to every traveller’s interests.


The Shopping to Visit

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Bullring & Grand Central

Birmingham's premier shopping destination, the Bullring mega-complex, is a shopper's paradise. Explore a diverse range of high-street fashion and household shops, complemented by an array of tempting eateries. The highlight of the complex is, undoubtedly, the iconic Selfridges department store. While offering a more focused selection compared to its London counterpart, Selfridges in Birmingham still delivers an exciting range of goods that will captivate any shopper.

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Bullring Rag Market

Home to 350 stalls and 17 perimeter shops, the Bullring Rag Market offers a mix of the latest fashions as well as vintage clothes, plus fabrics, haberdashery, gifts, household goods, and more. With its 50 years of history, The Rag is a must-visit in Birmingham.

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Previously a mail sorting office on Wharfside Street, today the Mailbox is housing fashion shops and galleries. This is where the city has their exclusive stores like Harvey Nichols and shops like Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein, and Armani. This is certainly one of the most luxurious shopping destinations in the town.

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Custard Factory

Nestled within 15 acres of beautifully restored Victorian Factories, a mere stone's throw away from the Bullring, lies the iconic Custard Factory—the vibrant beating heart of Birmingham's creative quarter. Once the headquarters of Bird's Custard, this extraordinary space has been transformed into a bustling creative hub, housing a myriad of independent shops, charming cafés, bars, and restaurants.

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The Oasis

The Oasis is a unique market featuring a wide variety of alternative, punk, and goth fashions, along with tattoo parlours and vintage shops.

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