The one-day road trip from London to Birmingham was filled with the autumnal hues in the countryside, and the city itself had much more to offer.

The Council House, which serves as the headquarters of Birmingham City Council.

Art plays a huge part in the city’s fabric and numerous art installations can be found spread across the city’s centre.
The bullring’s famous bull at Birmingham. The area has held an important place since the Middle Ages as the first marketplace.
The Three Wise Men – Boulton, Watt, and Murdoch – who pioneered the 18th-century industrial revolution of England.
These colourful stripes along the pavements in Birmingham run through the city. Following these lines will lead you to turn a corner and join on to a lamp post, of the same colour.

Author: Tanya Raj

A dreamer, a mystic and a traveller! Gallivanting through this life, I travel to understand my soul, place by place, people by people. As a constant learner, I dabble with photography, playing music, reading tarot, practicing Reiki, learning new languages, painting, and of course travelling – I feel it is this variety of life that keeps life alive and fresh. When I am not doing anything, I can be found huddled up with a book in a corner of my house, letting my imagination take flight.

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