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For shopaholics and fashion fans

The Jewellery Quarter, Mailbox, Bullring & Brindleyplace

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 2.2 miles
Duration: Full day

Overview :  No purse is safe from Birmingham’s inspiring retail outlets. From the stylish Mailbox and the iconic Selfridges building, to its... more »

Tips:  Bring your purse/wallet and a keen eye for a bargain.

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The world-famous Jewellery Quarter district is where an estimated 40% of all the UK jewellery originates from and is the place to go if you’re looking for something that sparkles! With over 100 independent retail jewellers, including Stone Jewellers located in the 250-year old area, it is famed for specialist hand-crafted jewellery, clocks and... More

Head to The Mailbox for a spot of lunch – previously a Royal Mail sorting office before it reopened in 1998 as an exclusive destination venue. Now the UK’s largest
mixed-use building, The Mailbox houses some of the top designer names, such as Harvey Nichols, Hugo Boss and Emporio Armani. It is also home to a variety of
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At the heart of the retail capital is Bullring. Since opening in 2003, Bullring has transformed the landscape of Birmingham city centre, ofering a magnificent 1.2million sq ft of retail heaven. It is also home to the inspirational Selfridges building, an architectural masterpiece renowned the world over.

Unwind after a hard day’s shopping in Brindleyplace. In the heart of Birmingham city centre, Brindleyplace houses a host of bars, cafés and restaurants. Set alongside Birmingham’s famous canals, you are sure to find somewhere to satisfy your hunger. The wide range of restaurants includes treats like Bank, Edmunds, Cielo,... More