Travel Guide West Midlands

West Midlands

Covering a large area around Birmingham in England, the West Midlands is an incredible destination that harbours so much to see and do. Including towns such as Walsall, Birmingham Coventry, Dudley, Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, the heavily populated county has something special for everyone, from the dazzling theatres, satellite museums, shopping malls, theme parks, animal farms, the Cadbury world, and the Birmingham Museum and art gallery. 

This is one of the most industrialised regions and is also well-developed. It holds six regions, including Shropshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Herefordshire and West Midlands. It is a region that is widely known as the home of industrial revolution. The five major areas of its outstanding beauty include the Malvern and Shropshire hills, the Wyle valley, Cotswold and Cannock Chase. The Severn River, which is the largest in the UK, also traverses the region. 

West Midlands is a region of boundless vitality and the boiling point of world-class art, musical flair, drama, street performances and dances. If you are visiting the region on a budget, certainly there is enough to enjoy. When it comes to food, there are many cheap joints to satisfy your culinary needs with the availability of world cuisine, stylish eateries, restaurants, street dining with local delicacies, markets and sweet delights. Also, explore the city and get a taste of the locally sourced produce.