Join us in Birmingham for the Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships and you’ll experience the city’s unique atmosphere, diversity, vibrancy and warm Brum welcome.
The UK’s second city, in the centre of England, Birmingham has a population of 1.2 million with a further 4.1 million people living in the wider metropolitan area. It is more diverse than anywhere else in the UK with 90 different languages spoken so visitors from around the World are always assured of a warm and friendly welcome.
Ideally located in the geographic centre of the UK, Birmingham is easily accessible by rail and road, within 100 miles of other major UK population centres like Merseyside, Greater Manchester, South Yorkshire to the north and Greater London to the south, the city offers a wide range of hotels and accommodation options. The city’s airport is also one of the most accessible in Europe with over 150 direct destinations world-wide.
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If you're travelling locally or making your way to the arena from a major transport hub, walking or cycling may be the easiest way to get to the venue.
With its city centre location, Utilita Arena Birmingham is well connected with all major bus routes. Visit Transport for West Midlands (www.tfwm.org.uk) or use their journey planner (journeyplanner.tfwm.org.uk) to find your best route.
If coming by coach, Digbeth coach station is an invigorating 30 minute walk away.
Just a short distance from Birmingham New Street, Moor Street, Snow Hill and Five Ways train stations, taking the train should be up there as one of your best options for getting to Utilita Arena Birmingham smoothly. Visit National Rail (www.nationalrail.co.uk) for further information or to plan your journey.