Heathrow airport is located in the London Borough of Hillingdon and it is the second busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger movement. It is situated approximately 114 miles away from Birmingham. Birmingham can be reached by coach, or train, and also by taxi.
Birmingham is a city located in the West Midlands of England and is the most populous British City outside London. It is ranked as a Beta world city by the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network. The National Sealife Centre, Warwick Castle, Pen Room Museum, Ikon Gallery, and Coventry Cathedral are the major attractions located in Birmingham.
You can reach Birmingham from Heathrow by road using the M40 motorway in approximately 140-170 minutes. Taxis and private hire minicabs are preferred choices for hassle free journeys. One reason for passengers choosing taxis is due to poor frequency of public transport during non peak hours.
Taxis and minicabs are also a convenient choice for tourists visiting the city for the first time. Pre booking a taxi is made possible by a simple online process. Included is a Meet and Greet service, 30 minutes of additional free waiting time, free flight monitoring, 24 hours live customer support, well maintained vehicles, and professional drivers. Drivers help with luggage handling and also interact to offer valuable information about the city, its attractions, hotels and more.