Caricom Restaurant And Guest House

29-30 Warner Street Digbeth, Birmingham, B12 0JG, United Kingdom
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transport in birmingham

by bugisoft

How much cost transport in birmingham?

RE: transport in birmingham

by iwys

It is cheap.

http://www.centro.org.uk/wwwroot/HomePage.asp

RE: transport in birmingham

by chavez

If you travel on west midlands buses which has 100's routes and a good day service until 23:59 hrs and start again at 06:00 - and travels to Coventry and wolverhampton... it will cost u £2.80 per day and u can pay the driver. That means u can hop any bus through out the day but keep the ticket...otherwise it would cost you £1.10 per trip (thats once u get off and catch another bus u pay £1.10 hope answers your query

RE: RE: transport in birmingham

by bugisoft

thank you.how much cost month ticket?i am a student

RE: RE: transport in birmingham

by kayleigh06

Because you are classed as an adult, (unless you under the age of 16) you will be paying roughly £40 for a monthly buspass.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

NEC

by Galahad

NEC, as it is known, is the National Exhibition Centre. It is near to Birmingham International Airport and next door to the International Railway Station. It consists of 21 exhibition halls covering 200,000 square metres of space. It is the 7th largest venue in Europe.

Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens

by kayleigh06

Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens is a 10 acre walled gardens, restored to their original 18th century look. There is a mixture bertween Historical plants, vegetables and fruits. Also there is a Holly maze in the gardens that you can try to find your way around. This is sort of along the same lines of the Botanical Gardens, but not as big in size. It will still have alot to offer if you're a keen gardener or not.

Chester Road
Castle Bromwich
Birmingham
West Midlands
B36 9BT

Adult: £3.50, Concessions £2.50, Child: £1.50

Opening Hours:Tuesday-Thursday 13:30-16:30.
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 14:00-18:00.
From/Until: 01/04/2004-31/10/2010

Bus services from city centre: 993A.

The Birmingham Rep

by brummielaura about Birmingham Rep

The Birmingham Rep (short for Repertory Theatre) is one of the largest theatres in town.

They have two auditoria: the main stage, and the Door which is a studio theatre that is used for smaller productions.

New Street Station

by kayleigh06

Birmingham's new street station is the main train station that leads you into and around Birmingham city centre. This train station is the main point of the midlands railway network.

Birmingham New Street Station is located off Smallbrook Queensway.

It can also be accessed from the Pallasades Shopping Centre and Navigation Street.

Spanish food

by bluedook about Estilo

Bar restaurant in the Mailbox serving great Spanish food. Set in the Mailbox next to the canals. On a nice day you are able to sit outside and watch the world go by
Great value with varied Spanish menu and nice wine When I ate here fantastic goats cheese and mushroom stater and fresh sea bass for main course. Very nice paella as well

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