Go on a sightseeing tour when you visit Birmingham
Birmingham is England’s second city and is a city that has blossomed over the last 5-10 years following millions of pounds of investment. It’s not a city that you instantly think of as being a pretty place to look around, but it has a vast wealth of history and much of it can be seen from aboard the Big Brum Open Top Buz Sightseeing tour. This is something you should go on if you area planning to visit Birmingham for a short break, or you happen to be working and staying in Birmingham, maybe staying in a city centre hotel or one of the new selection of serviced apartments that are becoming so popular to corporate clients in Birmingham.
The tour will take you through Birmingham’s jewellery quarter, you wil see the famous Edgbaston cricket ground which still hosts cricket matches for Englandand Warwickshire. From atop the bus you will have a terrific view of St. Martin’s parish church, as well as the state of the art Bullring retail complex with the iconic Selfridges store which now seems to adorn every new photograph of Birmingham. It really is the building that seems to epitomise the resurgence of Birmingham city centre.
When it comes to booking accommodation in Birmingham you don’t need to look any further than Serviced City Pads. We are a booking company for serviced apartments and hotels in Birmingham, which are suitable for families staying in Birmingham or corporate clients who happen to be working in the city. Stays can be booked from 1 night upwards, and we can also organise discounted rates if you are staying regularly or for more than a couple of weeks.
If you do decide to go on the tour tickets cost £10 and can be bought from the Birmingham tourism board.
Of course, there is plenty to see and do during a stay in Birmingham, but make sure you book that bus ticket and let Serviced City Pads organise your serviced apartment in Birmingham.