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what to do in Birmingham

Looking for a reliable Birmingham taxi service? It can be tough can’t it? Getting where you need to go on time, every time.

That’s why Addison Lee have partnered up with the one of the city’s most established car services to offer you our same great standards on every journey. No matter where you are.

But being Addison Lee, we thought we’d also go one step further. Not just offering a great alternative to costly local taxis. We’ve decided to share some of our favourite places to drink in Birmingham, as well as the city’s best restaurants and attractions. So if you’re new to the city, consider this your one-stop shop for advice on where to eat, drink, sleep, party or just soak up some of the local culture.

Home to some 3.8 million people, Birmingham is known as England’s ‘second city’ for a reason – it’s pretty huge. In fact, it’s not just large by English standards, Birmingham is actually the 9th most populous metropolitan area in all of Europe.

Home to the famous Brummie accent, seven professional football clubs – including Aston Villa and Birmingham FC – the Birmingham Royal Ballet, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Bullring shopping centre, the Library of Birmingham, Ozzy Osbourne and Cadbury’s world. This is no ordinary metropolis. This is a chocolate covered utopia of culture, arts and consumerism just begging to be explored.

All you need to do to get the best out of it is jump in an Addison Lee minicab and our partners will take you wherever you need to go. Not sure where that is yet? Read on for our Birmingham taxi driver’s guide to the best restaurants, bars and attractions of the city

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