Favourite airline: e.g. Lufthansa, Qatar Airways
Lufthansa is the most popular airline for flights from Lagos to Birmingham.
12 %
Qatar Airways
12 %
Air Italy
10 %
Tip: book 3 weeks before departure
Tip: book flights on this route 3 weeks before departure and save up to 57 %.
22 days before departure
Favourite connection: via Doha
When booking flights from Lagos to Birmingham 43 % of travellers prefer to fly via Doha.
1 stopover Doha
24h 55min, from £691
43 %
1 stopover Milan-Malpensa
14h 50min, from £451
36 %
2 stopovers Addis Ababa Frankfurt-Main
18h 30min, from £777
14 %
Return from £451.00
A return flight costing only £451.00 is for example available departing on 01/04/19 and returning on 12/05/19.


Travel to Birmingham

Birmingham is an all year round holiday destination with mild temperatures. For warm weather the best time to travel is from June-August. The city is proud of its many holidays and festivals such as the St Patrick's Day Parade held on March 17th, the Fusion Festival in August, Birmingham Pride at the end of May along with the International Jazz Festival in July. There's also the Birmingham International Carnival, held every two years (odd years) and the Sikh New Year, Vaisakhi, in April.


Birmingham food and costs

Balti is a speciality in Birmingham. Check out the Balti Triangle which has around fifty restaurants in the areas of Sparkhill, Moseley and Balsall Heath. The cost of living here is generally cheaper than in London especially where grocery and transport prices are concerned. A basic meal out will set you back around £10.


General Birmingham facts

Birmingham tends to be somewhat cheaper than London and the south-east. Expect to pay 10 pounds or thereabouts for a basic meal out. 

Accommodation prices will also be a little lower: a hotel room will be priced at around £35 per double, hostels are cheaper at £14 or so for a bed in a shared room. 


Once you've arrived in Birmingham

To get to the centre of Birmingham from the airport, take the Bus number 900 which will cost around £2.20.

Single trips on buses around town are priced around £2.20 with a day travel pass costing £4.20 or so. There are also trams in Birmingham which will cost approximately £2 one way and £4.50 for a day pass.