It is a city in the West Midlands, located about 180 km northwest from London. The city significantly developed in the 18th century thanks to its manufacturing. Today Birmingham remains at the top of its economic success thanks to a wide range of industries. The services of our software house and interactive agency are provided for local companies and businesses, for whom we design web and mobile apps, online stores, e-commerce and web designs.
1. The heart of Birmingham
Birmingham's city center is located around Victoria Square. There you can sightsee 19th-century Town Hall or the Library of Birmingham, where thanks to numerous events and performances you can encounter culture or simply enjoy an amazing view from one of the highest spots in Birmingham..
2. Entertainment in Birmingham
The number of things to do in Birmingham is infinite. You may explore Cadbury World - a chocolate factory, National Sealife Center - a home of over 2 thousand creatures or Drayton Manor Theme Park - amusement park with a large number of attractions. If you look for something more challenging you should definitely try The Bear Grylls Adventure - a great experience during which your physical and mental strength will be tested.
3. Expanding- Birmingham
Birmingham is becoming the hub of the UK overtime with the expansion and continuous upgrades to the centre. Take a look at the transformation of New Street Station. When we first saw the changes they made, we were so stunned by what they had achieved. That being said, do you want to be left behind in the times or do you want to expand or develop your business with the possibilities given by the internet and technology. It could be a website, mobile app, web app, outsourcing, online store or upgrades to your current project. At Sopchy we have an open door policy and we will gladly advise the best options for your company.
4. Evening Entertainment in Birmingham
Birmingham has such great nightlife spots to enjoy a night out or celebrate a special occasion just type on Google nightlife Birmingham to find the best venue for you or check out their personally designed websites to see what they have to offer. Broad Street has many pubs, clubs, and restaurants to choose from.
5. The heart of Birmingham
Birmingham's city centre is located around Victoria Square. There you can sightsee 19th-century Town Hall or the Library of Birmingham, where thanks to numerous events and performances you can encounter with culture or simply enjoy an amazing view from one of the highest spots in Birmingham.
6. There is more than just the City in the Midlands
Sutton Coldfield - has one of the largest urban open spaces with over 2400 acres ‘Sutton Park’ is a fantastic place to visit.
Lichfield- home to Samuel Johnson, the creator of the English dictionary, Lichfield has its own 3 spire cathedral which makes it a city.
Tamworth - Renowned for its award winning heritage in the castle, also for its all year round fun snowdome.
Walsall - Walsall is a district of its own, it is mostly famous for leather trade but is also for the many industries it has had come and go over the years.
Redditch - is known for its leading in the needle and fishing tackle industry.
Dudley - is renowned for its ties to the limestone, iron and coal industries in the early 18th century.
Erdington - was known for its famous rock venue the Carlton Ballroom and also sport and culture.
Hodge Hill - the home of the medical X-Ray John Edwards was the first person to use X-ray in medicine.
Edgbaston - has the bat on its side with the world famous cricket ground and has its own Michelin starred restaurant.
Alcester - home to Conspirators to the gunpowder plot in the early 1600’s, the stately home Coughton Court.
Bromsgrove - Hit the maps in the 17th century for its production of cloth to then move on to nail making in the 18th.
Sandwell - is an important hub in the present for its engineering and there wide range of metals.