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England’s second city is bursting with artistic and cultural heritage. Birmingham has it all; from vibrant shopping districts and fine restaurants to intricate canal networks and an infectious, cosmopolitan nightlife.
The eclectic history of Coventry makes this city a great weekend-break destination. Coventry predates both Birmingham and Leicester, and was the UK’s economic capital in the 15th century.
Catching a train to Crewe couldn’t be more appropriate, as the town is synonymous with railways.
Considered to be one of the friendliest cities in the UK, Liverpool is awash with heritage museums, galleries and top restaurants, as well as high street and designer boutiques.
London is one of the most visited cities in the world. Whether you’re looking to tick off the big smoke’s top tourist attractions, soak up London’s art and culture, relish in the foodie scenes of Brick Lane and Borough markets, or peruse the iconic high street stores of Regent Street, the capital truly has something for everyone.
Now in its fifth decade, Milton Keynes may still be a relatively new town, however, holds its own when it comes to things to do. Situated between London and Birmingham, Milton Keynes is a shopper’s dream.
Catch a train to Wolverhampton and discover a city that is steeped in a rich cultural heritage.
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