Birmingham Historical Tour

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Duration: 2h 30min
Provided by Santiago
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Spanish  |  11:00 AM
Spanish  |  5:30 PM

Overview of the tour in Birmingham

Birmingham is the unknown jewel of England. Its gastronomic, leisure and cultural offer is worthy of the second largest city after London.

Birmingham's past begins in the 7th century and extends to the present day as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. We will learn about its landmark buildings and how its history is intertwined with the story of its main characters.

did you know that Birmingham was already a trading center in the 10th century? Do you know why the bull is the symbol of Birmingham?

We will meet characters such as Joseph Chamberlain or John Baskerville without forgetting James Brindley, creator of the canals of this city.

Whether you are traveling alone, with family or friends, join us to discover the fascinating history of Birmingham. Book your place now and immerse yourself in the magic of a city that has grown from an industrial melting pot to a cultural gem in the heart of England.

I accept payment in pounds sterling and by debit or credit card. The tour needs a minimum number to take place.

This activity includes:

  • Brindleyplace
  • Grand Central
  • St. Martin's
  • The Bull by Laurence Broderick
  • Apple Birmingham
  • Birmingham Cathedral
  • Victoria Square
  • Centenary Square Birmingham

Our Guides

Santiago Laz — Guide of Birmingham Historical Tour, England
Santiago Laz

Meeting point

St Martin

On arrival

You will see me at the door of St. Martin's with a yellow umbrella.

Things to note

At the end of the tour I will give you a QR code with routes, activities and places to eat.

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.

Spanish  |  11:00 AM
Spanish  |  5:30 PM
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