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At the airport
First time at the airport?
Welcome to the Birmingham airport (BHX)
It is an international airport located 13 km southeast of Birmingham. The airport offers numerous domestic, European and transcontinental connections. Belongs to the largest British airports – in 2018 served over 12 million passengers, which is the seventh result in the United Kingdom.
The terminal is equipped with several exchange offices, toilets (including those specially adapted to the needs of disabled people), an education corner for families (SkyZone), a prayer room for followers of various religions. There are numerous restaurants and cafes in the terminal. Smoking area is located in the departure hall.
Frequently asked Questions:
- Birmingham Airport is well connected to the city center.
- Thanks to the Air-Rail connection, you can quickly take a train to Birmingham railway station. As part of Air Rail, trains run from 03:30 to 00:30. From 00:30 to 02:00, the Birmingham train station can be reached by bus.
- There are currently three bus connections to the center of Birmingham, operated by National Express: X1, X12 and 75 / 75A.
- Long-distance coach connections are offered by carriers: National Express and megabus.com.
- Because of its size, the Birmingham airport has a very extensive parking system.
- There is a free bus that takes passengers to the terminal from car parks away from the airport. The Express Zone is located directly at the terminal.
- You can book parking spaces online on favorable terms.
The second largest city in the United Kingdom. Together with the metropolitan area of Birmingham, it has over 4 million inhabitants. Historically Birmingham, especially in the 18th century, was one of the largest industrial development centers. Birmingham said goodbye to the image of a typical industrial city, with the arrival of the service era and the development of the higher education sector and culture, which are now among the strengths of this city.
The biggest attractions of Birmingham are:
- a well-known museum, opened in 1885;
- it has over 40 galleries, in which both lovers of classic exhibitions and those interested in applied art, social history, archeology and ethnography will find something for themselves;
- many thematic workshops for children and families;
- a historic mill from the mid-18th century (previously, from the fourteenth century, in the same place there was also a mill);
- it inspired JRR Tolkien himself, who lived nearby, to draw inspiration from him and his picturesque surroundings;
- there is a café for visitors, and it is also possible to buy - as befits a mill - the wholemeal flour Sarehole;
- historic building with a Prussian wall, built in 1590 by one of the well-known merchant families;
- inside it there are furniture from the seventeenth century, as well as other elements of the home life of wealthy entrepreneurs;
- outside the building visitors can admire the extensive garden with herbaceous plants and orchard;
- a corner of typical row houses from the nineteenth century, where you can see at a glance the everyday life of British working families from the time of the industrial revolution to the 1970s. The twentieth century;
- guided tours allow you to see four originally equipped houses;
- available to visitors to visit the candy store founded in the 1930s The twentieth century;