Premier Apartments Birmingham

38 Upper Dean Street, Dean House, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4SG, United Kingdom
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Travel from Birmingham to Nottingham

by Chloe14

Hi There

What is the easiest/cheapest way of travelling from Birmingham International Airport to Nottingham? We are arriving in Birmingham at 15h45 on a Tuesday afternoon.

Thanx!

Re: Travel from Birmingham to Nottingham

by leics

By train.

www.nationalrail.co.uk for times and fares.

Put 'Birmingham International' in the search box. Journey takes a couple of hours or so, with at least one change.

Coach is cheaper but slower (and prone to traffic delays). Takes 3 - 4 hours, with a change of coach.

www.nationalexpress.com for times and fares.

Re: Travel from Birmingham to Nottingham

by Britannia2

Its quite an easy journey as Leics says. Basically you can take any train from the airport going north to Birmingham New Street. Change there to a Crosscountry train on its way from Cardiff to Nottingham.
The bus is slow due to our heavy traffic - use the train if you can.

Re: Travel from Birmingham to Nottingham

by leics

Agree entirely. Trains for preference every time in the UK (although they are not cheap).

Re: Travel from Birmingham to Nottingham

by brazzi

you will have to go into birmingham my daughter has done this trip a few times i think from the coach station the bus was about £10-15.
the train from new street about £20,but ticket prices vary depending on the time of day.although they are supposed to be making this easier.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Venture on foot...

by TracyG

Take a walk around Victoria Square and Chamberlain Square, you have the Council House and the Town Hall here, which are all great buildings... I miss my friends when I am away from Birmingham, as most of them live here...

Shakespeare at Stratford

by JohnnySpangles

Stratford is only about a 30 minute drive from the NEC so an evening at the theatre is not out of the question. The RSC theatre is heavily subsidised so it is possible to get a good seat for £10.00. Book in advance at their website...also no booking fees...hurrah!
Car parking is free in Stratford town centre and there's some good restaurants/pubs....a very pleasant eveing can be had.

Pavilions

by kayleigh06 about Pavilions

The Pavilions is right next to the Bull Ring in Birmingham's city centre, it consists of 3 floors, it has a restaurant on the top floor and an internet cafe. The other shops included in the Pavilions include, Vigin megastores, Waterstones, The Body Shop, HMV, The Gadget Shop, The Disney Shop, it has not long been finished after having been refurbished.%v*

Be in Birmingham 2008

by Galahad about Symphony Hall concert of US music

In the spring of 2003 Birmingham was attempting to become the European City of Culture in 2008. In the end Liverpool won the competition. As part of the bid it put on a series of concerts, in Symphony Hall, of Charles Ives symphonies accompanied by other US music. We went in March 2003 to one of these concerts. One of the accompanying pieces was a rarely performed Aaron Copland Organ Symphony and some other pieces were 19th century hymn and folk singing. The whole series was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

Coffee Republic

by Imbi

Coffee Republic could be found on New Street right in front of Victoria Square. I had chocolate so I cant tell you how good coffee is here.
It is conveniently located and has some chairs outside, obviously for summer.

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Address: 38 Upper Dean Street, Dean House, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4SG, United Kingdom