36 Minutes in Birmingham
1. The Gift
Harborne High Street offers a truly unique range of vintage shops and small independent boutiques, perfect for picking up a special gift or token for a loved one. (11 min taxi)
2. The Stroll
Taking the canal side path from the "Mail Box" to Brindley Place, this route continues on past the NIA. Follow the canal down a steep flight of locks, emerging at Snow Hill to complete the stroll, placing you perfectly for a trip to the Jewellery Quarter (4 min taxi, 11 min walk)
3. The Architecture
One of the largest public libraries in the UK, the Library of Birmingham is described as the ‘people’s palace’ by its architect Francine Houben. Situated at Centenary Square and completed in 2013, this unique and awe-inspiring building (both interior & exterior) is home to several nationally and internationally significant literature collections. (3 min taxi, 7 min walk).
4. The Food and Drink
The award winning Pushkar on Broad Street is the number one spot for some of the best curries in Birmingham. If you’re only able to make a flying visit, their cocktail bar offers experienced mixologists serving a range of indulgently delicious drinks. (under 1 min walk)
5. The Caffeine Hit
Start your day right by shaking off the morning fog with a cup of coffee at The Urban Coffee Company. Having created a “wine tasting for coffee” experience that’s unavailable anywhere else on the high street or online, this coffee emporium in the Big Peg Building (Jewellery Quarter) is a Birmingham must. (6 min taxi, 24 min walk)
Our Jurys Inn hotel in Birmingham offers a prime location for discovering the best of the city centre in just 36 minutes.