Explore estates with a rich history
. Get adrenaline by visiting an amusement park
. Take a walk on the floor where Shakespeare walked.
This trip is diverse and exciting and just won't let you get bored. Ride from the city center to the picturesque hinterlands and have dinner in a beautiful restaurant, everything you need. You will visit places filled with history of both: people and whole generations.
You will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the parks of the neighborhood of Birmingham and visit the house where Shakespeare was born. Will get to know the majestic cathedrals, which do not leave you apathetic.
Discover Surroundings of Birmingham
8 days itinerary by Anastasia Omelchuk - Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 7 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture
Day 1: Welcome to Birmingham
Today you will visit only one point of interest, but it will help you to gradually get into the rhythm of your journey. You will spend the evening in a beautiful restaurant.
Day 2: Immersion in the history of Birmingham
Today you will get to know Birmingham, but first you will visit the house where Shakespeare was born and walk along the floor that he used to walk on.
Visiting: Birmingham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Aston Botterell
Day 3: Incredible estates and gardens
Today you will find yourself in the botanical garden surrounding the house, which used to be residential. Will visit the Abbey, the cathedral and the estate.
Visiting: Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent, Lichfield, Edgbaston, Ironbridge, Ticknall
Day 4: Cozy houses and beautiful gardens
Today there will be a trip to the cozy surroundings of Birmingham. The estate is owned by an aristocratic family, a house with a beautiful garden where roses grow and the old mill from 1542, which still works.
Visiting: Birmingham, Cheltenham, Stow on the Wold, Warwick, Westcote, Droitwich, Kings Norton, Lapworth
Day 5: Picturesque castle and unusual tower
Today you will see an outstanding garden that was carefully thought out when it was created. After you enjoy the collection of things gathered by generations in one of the estates.
Visiting: Stow on the Wold, Brewood, Kedleston, Chipping Campden, Burton upon Trent, Lichfield, Winchcombe, Broadway, Wellesbourne Hastings
Day 6: Breathtaking roller coaster and an interesting sights
Today you will visit the museum with an interesting history and a fate. The next place to visit will be an amusement park in which you find yourself a child in the world of wonders.
Visiting: Brewood, Ruabon, Birmingham, Stone, Shrewsbury, Erbistock, Alton
Day 7: Destroyed by time castles and cities
The hall which belonged more than 160 years to one family and their collection of expensive paintings, the ancient ruins of a Roman city and a castle built after the Norman invasion, all this you will see today.
Visiting: Ruabon, Birmingham, Worcester, Wroxeter, Shrewsbury, Goodrich
Day 8: Hall with history
Today the journey comes to an end and in the end you will see a house that was family-run for more than 875 years, there is also a beautiful library in it.
Visiting: Birmingham, Bridgnorth