Birmingham Flights GuideBirmingham is the most populated city in Alabama and an important city in the fights for civil rights integration in the south in the 1960s. Some of Birmingham's top attractions are the Birmingham Museum of Art, Vulcan Park, Railroad Park, Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Kelly Ingram Park, and the 16th Street Baptist Church.
Busses will take you from Birmingham to Montgomery, Mobile, and Huntsville. You can take the train from Birmingham to Tuscaloosa. You can drive to Selma and Talladega and everywhere else in Alabama. Birmingham is also at the intersection of major interstate highway, offering direct routes to Nashville, Memphis, and Chattanooga, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; and Jackson, Mississippi.
Birmingham has mild winters, hot summers, and plenty of rainfall. In the late summer and fall, Birmingham can experience tropical storms and hurricanes from the Gulf of Mexico. Spring and fall have nice weather but cold fronts can bring severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Birmingham is located in the heart of Dixie Alley, a tornado alley.The best time to visit Birmingham, Alabama is during spring and fall when the temperatures are pleasant for outdoor activities and prices are lower than during the summer, when tourist season is at its peak.
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