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Welcome to Birmingham Central Backpackers

Address: 58 Coventry Street, Birmingham, B5 5NH

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Located in Birmingham’s city centre, the Central Backpackers is just a 1-minute walk from the National Express Coach Station and the Bull Ring shopping centre is only 5 minutes’ walk away. Free Wi-Fi is available and a free snack buffet is served nightly. A Wii, Playstation 3 and an X-Box are free for guests to use. Guests can socialise in the brightly decorated common room and bar, which hosts weekly film and quiz nights. The Backpackers also has a fully-fitted communal kitchen. Just a 3-minute walk away is the Custard Factory, a creative centre with art galleries, shops, restaurants and a nightclub. Free on-site parking is available. Birmingham New Street Rail Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk away. All rooms at the Birmingham Central Backpackers are individually decorated and range from dorms to private bedrooms.

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Birmingham New Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Birmingham New Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.47 miles (0.76 km)
Birmingham New Street is a major railway station located in the centre of the city of Birmingham, England. New Street is Birmingham's main railway station, and is a major hub of the British railway system. Due to its central location, railway lines from all over Great Britain run into it including lines to London, Manchester, Scotland, Wales, Bristol, Penzance, Nottingham, Leicester, Shrewsbury and Newcastle. The station is also a terminus for many local services from throughout the West Midlands conurbation. Including the local Cross City railway line, servicing Lichfield, Redditch and stations in between. Direct trains run to more stations from New Street than from any other station on the British railway network.

Birmingham Centre - Town Centre

Birmingham Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.73 miles (1.17 km)
Birmingham is second only to London in size but only became a city in 1889. It is the traditional home of many small industries and its history is displayed in Birmingham's Museum of Science and Industry. Today one of the main industries is the supply of parts and components for the motor industry. Birmingham now has 2 cathedrals - St Philips and St Chads. Birmingham Town Hall was modelled on a Roman temple. It is the home of the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and contains an organ on which Mendelssohn gave several concerts. The Art Gallery with its collection of pre-Raphaelites is contained within the Council House.