It's just a 2-minute stroll to Aston University and 9 minutes walk to Birmingham City University International College. The building is very close to major city attractions, including the Thinktank Science Museum nearby. Your comfy new home is a small bus ride away from the city centre where you can find all types of shops, cafes, and restaurants to explore.
Living here you will be just a 17-minute walk to Birmingham City University, and a 20-minute train ride to the University of Birmingham. You will be surrounded by different eateries with a diverse range of food, from Turkish to Australian, etc. You will also be just a 2-minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station from which you can travel around easily.
IQ Broderick House is a 19-minute bus ride to the University of Birmingham and a 28-minute walk to Aston University. It is just across the road from Five Ways station. Sunset Park and Moonlit Park are very close to the property with various restaurants, cafe, clubs and shops nearby. Living here will allow you to have access to the rest of the city easily and you can also easily find various means of entertainment around. There is a cinema not that far away from the property and you can reach various restaurants to dine in nearby. Sultan Lounge is one of the few restaurants we recommend. It is just a couple of minutes away.
Living in 88 Bromsgrove House you will be an 18-minute bus ride away from Aston University, and a 22-minute bus ride from The Arts Campus of Birmingham City University. Various city attraction will be minutes away from you. The Thinktank Science Museum and Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery will be a small ride away from you and Five Ways subway station will be 19 minutes away as well.
Birminghamis second only to London in terms of inner-city population and also has the second most populous metropolitan area across the UK. It is 12 miles away from Wolverhampton and 16 miles away from Coventry. The city is rich in history and is well-known as an industrial hub since the 18th century and still acts as a leader in retail and trade.
The city is globally known for its cultural impact, with exciting art and music scenes within huge art institutions, such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Birmingham Royal Ballet. Walking around Cannon Hill Park is one of the best cheap activities for studentsin Birmingham. Furthermore, you can also enjoy various festivals in Birmingham. The Supersonic Music Festival is a popular Birmingham festival that starts mid-July and lasts for a couple of days. The Art and Science Festivalis another popular festival among students. It celebrates ideas, research, and culture; it usually starts in June. Student life in Birmingham is never dull, with a great selection of culinary delights from around the world, a vibrant nightlife with comedy clubs, as well as a thriving live music scene.
Transportations in Birmingham are very easy with various transportation methods inside and outside the city. You can travel by train from and to the city and travel by metro inside the city. You can also cycle through the city using the mapsprovided by the city’s councillor or download the family-friendly cycling maps from here. Walk-it Appis a very suitable application for walking lovers in case you are close to the place you wish to visit.