Welcome to Birmingham. Birmingham is UK's second largest city located in West Midlands with about 3.7 million inhabitants in it's metropolitan area. You will not find Birmingham that exciting like London or picturesque like Edinburgh but it still has a lot to offer and attracts visitors with a number of landmarks and sights to explore.
Birmingham has many places that are worth visiting but these are must for every visitor:
You can find the rest of touristic spots and other places of interest on dedicated page Birmigham places.
Following list is comprehensive set of districts in Birmingham metropolitan area - just click on the link to get detailed map of particular neighbourhood:
Acocks Green, Alum Rock, Aston, Balsall Heath, Bartley Green, Bearwood, Birchfield, Birmingham city centre, Bordesley, Bordesley Green, Bournville, Buckland End, Chad Valley, Cotteridge, Cradley Heath, Deritend, Druids Heath, Duddeston, Dudley, Dudley Port, Edgbaston, Elmdon, Elmdon Heath, Fordbridge, French Walls, Golds Hill, Great Bridge, Greet, Halesowen, Hall Green, Handsworth, Handsworth Wood, Harborne, Highgate, Hill Top, Hockley, Hurst green, Kings Heath, Kings Norton, Kingshurst, Kitts Green, Ladywood, Lea Hall, Marston Green, Maypole, Moseley, Nechells, Netherton, Northbridge, Northfield, Ocker Hill, Oldbury, Olton, Quarry Bank, Quinton, Quinton, Rowley Village, Rubery, Saltley, Sandwell, Selly Oak, Shard End, Sheldon, Shirley, Small Heath, Smethwick, Smiths Wood, Solihull, Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, Springfield, Stirchley, Stretchford, Swan Village, Tividale, Tyseley, Ward End, Wednesbury, Weoley Castle, West Bromwich, Westwood Heath, Winson Green, Woodgate, Yardley, Yardley Wood,