Female Couch Surfing in Birmingham

Couch surfing in Birmingham offers a unique and enriching travel experience, providing not only a cost-effective place to stay but also a chance to immerse yourself in local culture. It's an excellent opportunity to meet both locals and fellow travelers, leading to fascinating conversations and potentially lifelong friendships. This option gives you the chance to view Birmingham through the eyes of those who live there, learn about their customs and traditions, and discover hidden gems that tourists might otherwise miss. Couch surfing feels less like visiting a city and more like living in it, even if just for a few days.

Hosts in Birmingham

amerah

amerah

Birmingham

Can host for:

7 days

About me

Hi - I’m amerah. Born and raised brummie. Seeking adventure and travel at any possible given opportunity. It’s the only thing that makes me feel alive! Obsessed with planes, culture & adventures 😍

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Ally

Ally

Birmingham

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi ! I'm Ally! Ilove totravel and meet new people. My favourite thing is sitting in a cafe in some.beautiful city, reading my book and people watching. I love history, art and fashion, and I really love to see live music when I'm away !

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Ana

Ana

Birmingham

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello, I'm Ana and I'm interested in art, culture, live music, languages, fashion, hiking and health

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Latika

Latika

Birmingham

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello :) I am a medical academic and travellor, and would describe myself as an honest, curious, deep and passionate seeker of cultures, psychology, art and experiences. I have lived in 3 continents and travelled a fair bit, as well as hosted travelers in the past and continue to do so in England. I'd love to meet locals and share experiences or provide safe stay to other seekers of experience 😊

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Eimear

Eimear

Birmingham

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi, I’m Éimear ☺️ I’m 27, fro Dublin, Ireland. I’m an artist and a writer, I’m interested in swimming, surfing, yoga and eating good food. 💚

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Meet locals in Birmingham

Senna

Senna

About Me

Hi, I’m Senna! I’m 21 and live in the UK. I love travelling in any way, shape or form and history!

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Tabassam

Tabassam

About Me

I love to travel and would like to explore the world a little more. Can only go around winter time Live in Birmingham 32 years old would like to connect with like minded people

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Experiences from Birmingham

Overall rating

3 /5

based on 3 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

2.6/5

Safety

3.3/5

Food

4.2/5

Budget-friendly

2/5

Solo travel experience

- stayed in Selina during my stay in Birmingham which was quiet but pretty nice hostel so that was sweet, didn’t really like the area though (walking around in early evening felt pretty unsafe) - had a yummy brunch and dinner and there was a realm of different types of food to eat - very walkable place and I’m sure there would be more to do in the summer but loved the vibes and the people so overall good experience !!

Posted: December 23, 2023
Things to do: 2/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 3/5
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Local experience

The Mailbox has several cool bars over the canal (you can then walk along Gas Street and to Brindley Place, as Jess mentioned earlier). The new library is a nice building, and the area around Victoria Square is very pleasant. Digbeth is also a very interesting place. Lots of great bars, restaurants etc. Ghetto Golf is good. Look for Digbeth Dining for street food. In addition, there are many independent places to eat on Bennett's Hill and around Victoria Square. There are bars on Temple Street. In the Jewellery Quarter, there are some original places. You could check out Electric Picnic - following the hints to get food. My favorite brunch spot is Medicine Bakery in Mailbox or on New St. Their food is amazing. Tokyo Izakaya restaurant is good for Japanese food, Tiger Bites Pig for Bao, and Meat Shack or Original Patty Men for burgers! 😋

Posted: November 5, 2022
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Solo travel experience

Go to the top floor of the library to see the view of the city, stroll around the Jewellery Quarter and perhaps visit the local goldsmith museum. In the centre of Birmingham, there is a charming shopping gallery. In this gallery, there is a cosy place called Morridge, which is great for a moment of relaxation during a day of walking around the city.

Posted: June 20, 2022
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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