Getting to Birmingham
Birmingham is incredibly easy to reach. Right in the centre of England, it’s well-connected by road, rail and air.
The ICC venue is located on Broad Street in the city centre and is surrounded by hotels, restaurants and shops. With more canals than Venice and more parks than Paris, Birmingham is without doubt one of the most interesting and photogenic cities in Europe.
If you are planning on staying for longer, must-see attractions include a Peaky Blinders film locations tour, a visit to Cadburys chocolate factory, the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, and the Jewellery Quarter.
to Birmingham New Street
London Euston – 1.5 hours
Manchester Piccadilly – 1.5 hours
Liverpool Central – 2 hours
Bristol Temple Meads – 1.5 hours
Cardiff – 1.5/2 hours
Edinburgh – 4.5/5 hours
Walking to ICC from the Station
Exit New Street and walk to Victoria Square. Follow signs for Centenary Square, the ICC and Arena Birmingham. Enter Centenary Square and walk straight towards the ICC.
The new Birmingham Tramline Extension will be open in November 2020 and will connect New Street Station to Broad Street so you will be able to exit the train station and take the metro right to the ICC front Entrance.
Getting From Birmingham Airport to ICC
The quickest way to the city centre is by train and the Airport’s terminal is connected by a free and rapid monorail link to the station.
Taxis cost c 25-£30 and Uber offers a cheaper alternative under £25
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