Lives in Sliven, Bulgaria
Since Jan 2009
25-34 year old male
Born and raised in Bulgaria, having traveled around the world. Young entrepreneur, wine-lover, enthusiast for action, getting to know places and networking. Very positive, open-minded and welcoming.
Architectural Buildings, Government Buildings
Monuments & Statues
Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings
Flea & Street Markets
Flea & Street Markets
Neighborhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Bars & Clubs
Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks, Kayaking & Canoeing
Auto Race Tracks
Architectural Buildings, History Museums
Gift & Specialty Shops
Bars & Clubs
If you're traveling with the family, the Thinktank Science Museum will pack your day with fun. Here, kids can enjoy a Science Garden, Spitfire Gallery, Planetarium, and a variety of other interactive exhibitions.
The Victoria Law Courts is one of the most beautiful buildings in Birmingham. The foundations were laid under rule of Queen Victoria in 1887, and the building is wonderfully decorated with sculptures and other architectural details.
Situated in city centre, the Birmingham Museum boasts an incredible collection of European art dating back centuries. Modern art is also represented, and while most of the exhibitions are fixed, some change on a regular basis. This spot offers a tremendous mix of history, art, and culture.
Opened in 2013, the ultra-modern Library of Birmingham is fast becoming one of the city's most beloved symbols. It stands out as the largest public building of its kind in Europe, but also for its impressive design. Take in the flamboyant facade, enjoy the modern interiors as you browse books, and then enjoy views from the terrace.
This eye-catching gilded bronze statue pays tribute to three men who made an enormous contribution to the Industrial Revolution. The figures are James Watt, who invented the steam engine, William Murdoch, who invented the gas lighting, and Matthew Boulton, an industrialist and manufacturer.
Birmingham has more miles of canals than Venice, and in the heart of the city several canals meet. This area was once a thriving port, and today it provides a beautiful place for a walk or a boat trip. Also home to myriad restaurants and bars, the Gas Street Basin will enchant you day and night.
Located just next to Town Hall, Michelin-starred Adam's is a sleek, modern restaurant serving up fresh, beautifully plated food. Stop in for dinner before a show, or drinks after one. You can choose from a five- or nine-course dinner, with three-course meals available at lunch.
Town Hall Birmingham is a modern venue, perfect for musical events and shows. Located near the Library of Birmingham, it's a great place to visit right at the heart of the city. Photographers will especially enjoy this magnificent building, the square and the surroundings.
The Open Market provides a glimpse into daily local life. Here, you'll find an abundance of fresh meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, and more - along with locals shopping for their daily provisions.
Open four days a week, Birmingham Rag Market feature 350 outdoor and indoor stalls selling everything from fabrics to exotic spices - much of it at bargain prices!
The emblematic shopping mall for Birmingham, The Bullring is really big, with a fascinating design. The bull itself is likely one of the most photographed sights in the city, and the mall offers plenty of shops, entertainment areas, and dining options.
One of Birmingham's most vibrant and lively locations, the Jewellry Quarter brings Birmingham's industrial past into the present day. In this neighborhood, where you'll find more than 500 jewellery businesses, you can explore historic streets or shop for handmade jewellery.
During the Industrial Revolution of the 19th-century, Birmingham teemed with people. To accommodate them all, some 20,000 courts of houses were built - around courtyards, with their backs to one another. Of these courts of back-to-back houses, only one survives, and today, the three houses of Birmingham Back to Backs tell the stories of working-class families, providing a firsthand glimpse into what it was like to live and work in these small homes.
One of the excellent new attractions in Birmingham, the Wonderful World of Trains & Planes is very close to the Jewellery quarter. It's a journey through a world of model trains and planes, and a wonderful experience for all age groups.
During the 19th-century, the pen trade was a booming industry in Birmingham - so much so that 75 percent of all writing was done with Birmingham pens. Set in a former Victorian-era pen factory in the Jewellry Quarter, this fascinating museum explores the steel pen trade, as well as the history of writing and Birmingham's role in the information revolution.
The Hippodrome is an excellent venue with a wonderful program of musicals, ballets, opera, and much more. Plus, there are some excellent places to eat and drink here.
One of the best off-the-beaten path pubs, The Wellington features a great variety of ales and imported lager. If you are keen on drinking the British way or would like to give it a try, this is the place to go.
Located just outside the city centre, Cannon Hill Park is a beautiful place to while away part of a quiet afternoon. These wonderful historic gardens feature exotic plants from around the world.
Challenge yourself in this amusement park outside the city centre. Ackers Adventure offers activities to fit every taste and all ages - think skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, canoeing, kayaking, archery, climbing, and much more.
Running between Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare Express offer 50 miles of vintage train experience. The steam train starts from Birmingham Snow Hill station and takes one hour in each direction.
Grand Prix Karting is probably the most famous outdoor go kart track in the UK, perfect for pumping your adrenaline and going off-the-beaten path in Birmingham. There are four different circuits, depending on your level.
Everybody loves chocolate, and Cadbury is one of the most important chocolates in England. At Cadbury World, you can taste different types of chocolate and see the production cycle. Although some find it to be overpriced, if you love chocolate, it's certainly worth the visit.
This beautiful community garden is located just 2 miles from the Birmingham city centre. There are 2.5 acres of organically managed landscape to explore, plus wildlife, tranquility and outdoor adventures for all age groups.
Lickey Hills is one of the most varied and treasured parks in the UK. Located only 10 miles from Birmingham, it offers various activities for all age groups, from peaceful trails to golf, tennis, and horse riding.
Probably the finest and largest motorcycle museum in the world, the National Motorcycle Museum represent the glorious years between the 1930s and the 1960s, when British motorcycles 'ruled the world'. Here you'll find British motorcycles at their best - BSA Gold Stars, TT winning Nortons, BSA Bantam, Triumph Bonneville and so on.
Aston Hall is one of the last great houses built in the Jacobean style, dating back to the 17th-century. Display rooms show stunning interiors and the stories of great and powerful people throughout the history of the UK. There is a full program of events, activities and trails, which makes it very diverse and popular among all age groups.
At Loki you can try around 40 wines via modern wine tasting machines. The personal touch and differentiation conducted by the director and the in-house wine expert will amaze.
Located close to Cannon Hill Park, The Prince of Wales Moseley is a fun bar and a local institution. The 19th-century pub offers everything from beer and wine to cigars and food - with all manner of quirks thrown in. It sports a hidden cove, cigar huts, all manner of nooks and crannies, and a well-stocked calendar of events.
The Symphony Hall provides you with unforgettable experience when it comes to concerts, theaters, and performances. Not overly large, the space has an intimate feel, which makes shows here truly special, and the acoustics are some of the best you'll have ever heard.