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Birmingham Coach Station is a major hub based in Digbeth on Mill Lane, Birmingham. You can travel to the area by bus or coach from multiple locations in the UK or Ireland. As a major transport interchange, transport to and from the area is convenient and cheap. National Express has its national headquarters on the site.
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The Coach Station area has undergone a major redevelopment within recent years, with the new multi-million pound coach station being the major hub around which the area was regenerated. New hotels and B&B’s as well as backpackers hostels have been built to accommodate visitors to the area.
If you are travelling from abroad and are planning to stay in the area for a little while, you can choose either between one of the major hotel chains or independent B&B’s, or if you are just using it as a short stop over before moving on to another destination, you can get a great deal on one of the many hostels in the area providing basic but great value accommodation.
Guest houses range from basic single rooms within a private home, through to entire converted barns suitable for housing entire families or large groups for anything from one night through to two weeks hire.
National Express Coach Station in Birmingham City Centre
Just a short walk from the station is the famous Bullring Shopping Centre. With over 160 retail stores and multiple restaurants and cafes within the centre, it is a firm favourite with tourists and visitors to the city.
If you are visiting the area with friends for a night out, you cannot fail to be impressed by the vibrant nightlife on offer. The nightlife has developed immeasurably over recent years and people now come from country wide just to experience a night out in the area. There is a bar with a jacuzzi and bed large enough for 60 people incorporated, a champagne and piano bar aimed at people with cash to splash, and live music venues that have impressive line ups of bands playing on a regular basis.
The city boasts over 500 restaurants, offering everything from traditional English dishes, through to Oriental and Japanese, burger bars, and Bangladeshi restaurants offering the world famous Balti, which is the city’s signature dish.
Within close proximity to the area are Birmingham’s airport and train station. With such great transport links to the area and such a wide variety of accommodation that have great deals on rooms on offer, a trip to Digbeth in Birmingham is ideal if you are looking for a great night out, a shopping experience to remember, a culinary delight, or a romantic getaway.
Name : Birmingham Coach Station (formerly known as Digbeth Coach Station)
Location : in Digbeth area of Birmingham UK.
Address : Mill Lane, Digbeth, B5 6DB Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Number of Stands : 16
Postcode district : B5
Region : West Midlands
County : West Midlands
Tel : +0871 781 8181
Services : by National Express, Ulsterbus and Eurolines
Opened : in 1929 (new station 2009)
Nearest Hotels : in Digbeth, Birmingham city centre
Nearest Train Station ?
The closest main train station is Birmingham New Street Railway Station. New Street is approximately an 11 minute walk away.
By Coach to LG Arena and NEC Birmingham
National Express run services between Digbeth and Birmingham International Airport. NEC and Genting Arena is within walking distance of the airport.
From London Victoria Station
National Express and Eurolines buses run between Victoria Coach Station and Birmingham’s Digbeth Coach Station at least twice an hour throughout the day and evening, and roughly once each hour throughout the night. Travel takes approximately 3 hours.
Nearby Attractions and Sights – Mill Lane in Digbeth B5 6DB
Birmingham Open Market (Edgbaston Street, England (Ladywood)): Street Market. Look for food, clothes, to gadgets and fabrics. There is an excellent selection of fish and shellfish, good value vegetables, and lots of different meat stalls.
St. Martin in the Bull Ring (Edgbaston Street, B5 5BB): Church. Lots of eating places and shops nearby.
Nelson’s Statue (Bull Ring Markets, B5 4DG, England): monument erected in 1809 in tribute to Admiral Horatio Nelson.
Magna Science Adventure Centre (Sheffield Road, Templeborough, Rotherham S60 1DX, England): science museum. Excellent venue for family days out and historical visits.
Custard Factory (Gibb St., Digbeth, B9 4AA, England): shops and restaurants. Very close to National Express coach centre.