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Cheap flights to Birmingham (BHX)

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Flights to Birmingham, England

It is a city that is rich with deep cultural heritage. This vibrant city is the melting pot of different scrumptious cuisines across cultures that make it hard to beat. Foodie will be loving Birmingham because it has Michelin starred fine dining to award-winning scrumptious street food. This city also boasts the best museums such as the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery that you will spend your day learning about the rich, wonderful heritage of Great Britain. In the middle of the city, you can see a statue of the Roman god of fire and forge, and the name is Vulcan.


Airports in Birmingham

1. Birmingham Airport (BHX)

An international airport located about 13km from the city center. One of the special features of this airport that it offers special assistance as you can book earlier for mobility equipment or mobility scooter at least 48 hours before your arrival at Birmingham Airport. For transportation to the city center, you can take a taxi, bus, cycle, train or even using private hire.


How to Get Cheap Flights to Birmingham

Traveloka is a travel search engine that makes it easy for travelers to find the cheapest flights to Birmingham. All you need to do is key in the information in the search box, and the application will recommend the best trip according to your budget. It compares flight prices across some trusted airlines to help you to get the best possible deal. Use Traveloka’s price alert feature to be notified of flights in your desired price range to get the best flight price to Birmingham.


When is the Best Time to Fly to Birmingham?

The best time to visit Birmingham is from March to May or in between September and November. Because those periods are spring and fall respectively, you can plan your trip for some fun outdoor activities. The peak season is from June through August. You must plan early for this trip to save up some money because the prices shoot up on this period. Relating to that, the off-peak season is in between December and February because it is winter in Birmingham.


In December to February, during winter time, you may want to expect some freezing temperature with average around 6.3°C to 9.2°C. It snows six to 10 times per month that might be an experience that worth to be looking forward to tourists from warm weathers countries. If you visit this place in Spring around March to May, rain is frequent in this period. The temperatures are around 9.2°C to 17.9°C. From June through August is summertime while autumn is in between September and November. The temperature ranges between 7.8°C and 19.3°C, with chilly and windy weather.


Come to Birmingham in March, to join Art and Science Festival at the University of Birmingham. This festival celebrates science and arts by having many exhibitions, talks, performance and workshops. All artists, scientists and thinkers gather here and celebrate the gift of knowledge and aesthetics. On the other hand, for alcohol-lovers, you may enjoy Midlands Whisky Festivals in March and Birmingham Rum Festival in July. Not only that, there are many music festivals you may be interested in joining throughout the year such as Supersonic Festival, The Gate to Southwell Folk Festival, Slam Dunk Festival, Raunds Music Festival, Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival and many others.


What are the Top 3 Things to Do?

1. Visit the Civil Rights District – You will learn a lot more on Birmingham’s role in the civil rights movement by visiting this six-block area. It consists of a few historical sites such as Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, the A.G. Gaston Gardens and the Fourth Avenue Business District. You can walk alone learning about the history, or you can get access to free audio tour by calling the number that will be given to you.


2. Visit Vulcan Park and Museum – You can see from afar the statue of Vulcan the Roman god of fire and forge. It is a form of reminder of Birmingham’s iron mining roots. You can go to the highest level of the Vulcan tower to get to see the stunning bird-eye view of Birmingham city. After that, you can go and explore the museum to learn more about the history of Birmingham.


3. Go to McWane Science Center – suitable for those who bring their children together on their trip as this interactive science center is appropriate for all children across the age. Family can enjoy the hands-on exhibits, the Itty-Bitty Magic City and many more fun stations.

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