Birmingham arts organisations stage free outdoor spectacular to welcome city’s new cultural asset
Visit Birmingham has partnered with London Midland to launch a new tourism campaign promoting the city’s food scene
Birmingham’s Staying Cool at the Rotunda has won a Silver Award at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013 Ceremony.
Trusting to their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers they traveled the 874 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to discover the real Britain.
Visit Birmingham has unveiled a new tourism campaign designed to boost the region’s cultural profile
Visit Birmingham is targeting groups of potential visitors with a national marketing campaign this March
VisitEngland’s new Facebook app sets out to find the top 101 Things to Do Before You Go Abroad, and Birmingham is steadily climbing the ranks.
Visit Birmingham’s Christmas campaign boosts city’s festive profile
The city’s food credentials will be put under the international spotlight at several world-renowned culinary events in Lyon this month.
A series of infomercials featuring a range of practical ‘do-it-yourself’ tips have been launched as part of Visit Birmingham’s ‘Open for Christmas’ campaign
New festive campaign launched by destination marketing agency – featuring local film star Julie Walters
The city’s #BigupBirmingham campaign continues to grow with new billboard posters appearing across the city yesterday (Friday 24th August).
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A series of do-it-yourself style infomercials showing the city’s best chefs at work have been launched as part of Birmingham Food Fest, which runs from 13-19 July this year.
Rachel Kershaw, officially named “England’s biggest fan” by national tourism board VisitEngland, starts the seventh week of her 70-day journey around the country in a vintage camper van with an action-packed trip to Birmingham this weekend.
“Why go to Venice…when you can go to Birmingham?” wins VisitEngland’s Travel Article of the Year
Birmingham is gearing up to host the UCI BMX World Championships, which will take place at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) next week.
Press release from the organisers of The Best of Britain & Ireland exhibition at the NEC, held this week.
Visit Birmingham will be positioning the city as an unrivalled visitor destination at influential travel trade exhibitions this March
Visa requirements are holding back UK exports