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Whilst Wolverhampton isn't well known as a tourist attraction, those visiting friends at the University, enjoying a football match at the famous Molineux Stadium (http://www.wolves.co.uk/) or attending a concert at one of the fine local music venues will probably be pleasantly surprised by what this city has to offer.
Wolverhampton's is easily accessible from most parts of the country, with regular train services from London, Birmingham, Manchester Liverpool and Bristol. Although Wolverhampton does have its own small airport (http://www.wolverhamptonairport.co.uk/), most scheduled flights arrive at Birmingham Airport (http://www.bhx.co.uk/), which can be reached in just 30 minutes by direct train.
The suburbs of Wolverhampton are easily accessible by an excellent network (http://www.centro.org.uk/) of buses and Midland Metro trams.
While Wolverhampton's shopping facilities are more limited than the Bull Ring in nearby Birmingham and the enormous Merry Hill Centre, the newly refurbished Wulfrun and Mander shopping centers are home to all of the usual high street chains and the enormous Beatties department store is unrivalled in the region.
A visit to Wolverhampton wouldn't be complete without trying a curry from one of the many Indian restaurants located in and around the city center. Of particular note is the award-winning Bilash Tandoori on Cheapside.
Wolverhampton's nightlife has improved considerably since the city's polytechnic became a university in the early 1990s. In addition to a wide choice of bars and clubs, centered around Lichfield Street and Queen Street, its live music scene is unrivalled by many larger cities in the UK. The main music venues include the Civic Hall, Wulfrun Hall and Little Civic (http://www.wolvescivic.co.uk/) on North Street in the city center, and the Robin 2 (http://www.therobin.co.uk) (near Bilston Central metro station)
Wolverhampton City Council's Website (http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/)