In the centre of England, Birmingham is easy to get to travel to by road, rail or air.
There are three city centre railway stations with frequent connections to both local and national destinations.
New Street Station – Birmingham’s main railway station with national connections, including a frequent fast service to London Euston. Services to London Marylebone are served by Moor Street and Snow Hill Stations.
We recommend the Trainline for purchasing train tickets in advance.
Located at the heart of the UK motorway network, Birmingham is linked by the M5, M6, M40 and M42 while the A34 and A38 further add to your options and the M1 is less than 30 minutes away.
If you are thinking of traveling to Birmingham by coach, National Express will drop you off at Birmingham Coach Station in Digbeth. Mega Bus are also low cost option.
Local bus timetables can be found at nxbus.co.uk. Exact fare is needed.
Birmingham Airport is located 10 miles from the city centre. Next to the M42 motorway and main line rail network it couldn’t be better connected. Travel into the city is a 10 minute train from Birmingham International Station.
Travel to venues outside Birmingham city centre
Directions to mac can be found via their website.
Please note: due to the works taking place as part of the Paradise Birmingham development plans, some roads and pedestrian routes around Victoria Square and Chamberlain Square will be affected. Access updates can be found here: http://www.paradisebirmingham.co.uk/access/