Wolverhampton is a vibrant city in the centre of
England, a beautiful mix of historical buildings and modern
You’ll find a good choice of shops, art, sport and theatre to
suit everyone’s taste and its central location makes it ideal to
explore the rest of the UK. London is less than a two-hour train
ride and Birmingham, Britain’s second city, is just 20 minutes
The city has plenty of restaurants and cafés offering cuisine
from around the world, a cinema complex showing films from
Hollywood to Bollywood, and ample shopping opportunities including
a traditional market that dates back to the 13th century.
There are two theatres in the city that play host to national
touring productions of drama, musicals, ballet and opera.
A short train-ride can take you to Shakespeare’s
birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, where you can watch the world
renowned Royal Shakespeare Company perform in their home venue.
Sports enthusiasts can watch the local Premier League football
team Wolverhampton Wanderers at their home ground next to the
Wolverhampton also offers one of the busiest horse racecourses
in the country, as well as greyhound racing and speedway at Monmore
Not only that, it’s an easy commute to Edgbaston Cricket Ground,
an international test match venue.
There’s plenty of nightlife on offer for the 23,000 students
that study at the University including bars, nightclubs and music
venues that play host to well-known British and international rock
and pop artists.
For the quieter side of life, you can go for a walk through
Wolverhampton’s West Park, one of England’s finest Victorian parks,
or a short journey can take you into the beautiful countryside that
surrounds the region.
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