Solihull in the West Midlands lies just south of Birmingham. Its close proximity to the city and pleasant surroundings make it an ideal location for visitors. It is the most affluent town in the West Midlands – and is also one of the wealthiest locations in the UK outside of London. The area’s wealth lends an upmarket, exclusive vibe to this town, which is rich in history with quaint old buildings making up its centre. It has been named as one of the country’s ‘best places to live’ in several polls over the years.
Attractions in an around Solihull include the National Motorcycle Museum, Tudor Grande Park and the Landrover Experience. Shoppers can browse at Touchwood Shopping Centre and Mell Square, or stroll the streets in the open air in the town centre. Solihull is well-known for its fantastic selection of restaurants and café bars offering up tasty food and drink from around the world. Thanks to the area’s rich diversity many Indian restaurants can be found in the town centre serving authentic, aromatic cuisine.
Nearby idyllic rural villages and rolling countryside offer the perfect contrast to the hustle and bustle of the town centre. A variety of attractions lie within the surrounding area including the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Haystacks Play Barn, Elmdon Nature Park and Malvern and Brueton Park, which is a designated nature reserve.
As Solihull lies so close to Birmingham it enjoys the same accessibility as the city, close to the M40, M42 and M6 motorways and rail links down to London and north to Manchester and Scotland.