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Fancy a day trip?

From entertaining centres such the Bullring & Grand Central to exciting events like the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Birmingham is the perfect place to visit for a city break! However, if you fancy going away on a day trip to explore some nearby villages or to visit somewhere more tranquil, we have a couple of ideas for you.

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Did you know that Shakespeare was born in the medieval town of Stratford-upon-Avon? Situated just an hour away from Birmingham, the quaint town along the banks of the River Avon makes for the perfect day trip in the Midlands! The town’s long history, over 800 years of it to be more precise, gives it a lot of character, and this can be seen through the cobbled streets, dated pubs and Tudor houses. Whilst visiting Stratford-upon-Avon, a visit to Shakespeare’s Birthplace and watching a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre are a must! And if you have some extra time to spare, why not go for a wander to Anne Hathaway’s (William Shakespeare’s wife) Cottage and Gardens? They’re just a mile and a half outside of Stratford-upon-Avon!

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Worcester is just around a 45-minute drive away from Birmingham, perfect for a day trip! Starting from the hilly landscapes you’ll see on the way to the city, to the magnificent Worcester Cathedral, a day in Worcester will make you feel like you’re living in a fairytale for the day. For history buffs, the fascinating museums and galleries, including the birthplace of composer Edward Elgar are a must-visit. And if you’re visiting with children, there are multiple family-friendly places to head to, such as Worcester Indoor Karting, where you do some fun competitions between all family members! You can even book a family or friends package for the day.

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Just an hour’s drive from the centre of Birmingham, you can find Warwick Castle, one of the most spectacular castles in the UK. With nearly 1000 years of British History and 64 acres of beautiful gardens surrounding the castle, we definitely think it’s worth the trip! Whilst you’re in Warwick, we also recommend heading along to St Mary’s Church which is located in the centre of the town and can be seen almost from everywhere. You can enter the church for free (donations are encouraged), but whilst you’re there, you may as well climb the tower for £3 and get the most impressive views of Warwickshire from the top.

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