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    England's second-largest city is a patchwork of classic working-class neighborhoods and up-and-coming districts that are packed with art, nightlife, and buzzy restaurants. Brum's City Centre is the obvious choice for travelers in town on a weekend break. Michelin-rated restaurants, museums, historic landmarks, and shops galore are all set along mostly pedestrianized streets. For a more high-octane home base, try the West Side, where revamped industrial canals now host nightclubs, bars, and restaurants by the dozen. Things are a bit calmer in hipster-heavy Digbeth, with its cafes, street art, and the Custard Factory (a hub for artists of all stripes). It's also conveniently located just next to the City Centre.