Eight local rail lines criss-cross the city to ensure quick links to all attractions and venues (as well as connecting to services to other UK cities and towns).
Midland Metro is the latest addition. This state-of-the-art light rail system whisks passengers between Snow Hill Station in Birmingham city centre and Wolverhampton.
For easy day trips out of Birmingham to Solihull, The Black Country, Warwick Castle, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, Bicester Village Shopping, the Severn Valley Steam Railway and many other nearby attractions head down to Moor Street station (by the Bullring).
Network West Midlands provides online timetables, fares including day tickets and passes, ticket purchase and route planning. To visit the Centro website use www.centro.org.uk or pop into the Centro store at New Street Station. For National Rail Enquiries call 08457 48 49 50.
Whatever your level of mobility, you'll find Birmingham a welcoming destination with a high standard of accessibility, helpful people and clear signposting to the majority of attractions, shops and venues. For further information about assistance for disabled visitors, visit our Accessible Birmingham page.
New Street Travel Centre provide advice on journey planning and buying tickets. They stock printed maps and timetables. Travel operator information is available and is provided impartially without bias.