Birmingham is one of the biggest cities of England. It is also the industrial center of the country. More than half of the city’s population is employed in the industry. Birmingham is famous for its rich cultural life. There are many museums, old buildings, exhibition halls, galleries, theatres and night clubs here. Birmingham is home to the city’s Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Ballet. There are also concerts and sports stadiums of world level situating in the city. Cozy, small parks and gardens, historic houses, elegant modern buildings and numerous sculptures grant the atmosphere of comfort and coziness.
Places of interest
Among the attractions of Birmingham. The University Building which is one of the first red-brick buildings of the city, the Gothic church of Saint Martin that belongs to the XIII century, the magnificent Town Hall done in the style of classicism, the Cathedral of Saint Chad (a striking example of neo-Gothic style) as well as the gallery of the Barber’s Institute of Fine Arts where the architectural and artistic works of art are presented to the audiences are among the attractions and points of interest of Birmingham.
Birmingham has many bars, pubs and nightclubs. The district of Broad Street is the Centre of night life where the majority of the entertainment venues of the city are located. The Best Rock-City Club of Birmingham is undoubtedly Rockin’ with various lounge areas where performances of young rock bands are shown and different music styles (from grunge to industrial music) are played.
Bakers Club with its house music and best UK DJs is also very popular in the city. You should also visit the Stoodies divided into several rooms which differ in design and music.