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Getting here

4-minute walk from Coventry train station.

5-minute walk from Queen Victoria Road bus stop.

More information about Coventry

Training in Coventry

Coventry is a city in the English West Midlands. Coventry, formerly part of Warwickshire, has approximately 345,000 population, making it the tenth biggest city in England and the twelfth largest in the United Kingdom. During the Middle Ages, Coventry grew to be an influential and prosperous city of national importance. Later, it became a significant industrial centre, housing a huge bicycle industry in the nineteenth century and a key core of the British motor industry in the twentieth.
Photograph of Coventry City Centre

Coventry City Centre

Travel to and from Coventry

Photograph of Coventry Ring Road

Coventry Ring Road


Coventry is conveniently located near the M1, M6, M40, M45, and M69 roads. The M45, which is located a few miles south of the city, opened in 1959 as an extension to the original section of the M1, which connected London with the Midlands. The M40, which connects to the city through the A46, is approximately 12 miles south of the city centre, south of Warwick, and offers an alternate dual carriageway and highway route to London.The A4053 Coventry ring road is a 2-mile ring road in Coventry, England, which creates a full dual-carriageway round around the city centre. The road connects the historic and modern Coventry Cathedrals, as well as the city’s retail districts and part of Coventry University.


The West Coast Main Line connects Coventry railway station to Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry, and West Midlands Trains services. Intercity trains from London, Birmingham, and Wolverhampton arrive here. There are further railway lines that go from Bedworth to Nuneaton. It is served by a train line that runs from Leamington Spa to the south coast. Coventry Arena, Canley, and Tile Hill are the city’s outlying railway stations. Coventry Arena, on the Coventry to Nuneaton Line, opened in January 2016 primarily for the Ricoh Arena, which hosts football, rugby, and concerts.
Photograph of Coventry Railway Station

Coventry Railway Station

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport


Birmingham Airport is located around 11 miles west of the city. Coventry Airport, located 5 miles south of the city centre near Baginton, is currently used mostly for general aviation.The A45 major route serves Birmingham Airport, which is located close Junction 6 of the M42 motorway. The elevated AirRail Link connects it to Birmingham International train station on the West Coast Main Line.


Bus companies in Coventry include National Express Coventry, Arriva Midlands, and Stagecoach in Warwickshire. The city’s main bus and coach interchange is The Pool Meadow bus station. Stagecoach runs a single Park and Ride service from Coventry’s War Memorial Park. From Pool Meadow bus station, National Express provides national coach connections to major towns and cities, beach villages, ferry ports, and events (A, B, C, and D).
Photo of Pool Meadow Bus Station

Pool Meadow Bus Station

Map showing Coventry stations

Things to do in Coventry


Coventry has a variety of theatres. The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry has 858 seats spread over two auditoriums. The main theatre hosts professional touring shows, while the studio section has a smaller capacity of 300 people. On-site dining options include a café, bars, and conference rooms. The Belgrade Theatre is an important art and cultural site, and it is still one of the major regional performance theatres in the United Kingdom. This lovely historic theatre showcases a variety of performances, including touring musicals and critically acclaimed plays, as well as traditional pantomimes, comedy, live music, and a huge talent development and community programme.
Photograph of Belgrade Theatre

Belgrade Theatre

Photograph of Criterion Theatre

Criterion Theatre

The Criterion Theatre in Earlsdon, Coventry, is another well-known venue. It hosts around seven performances every year and has a stadium capacity of 122 people. They have been providing significant theatrical entertainment for almost 60 years.

Other theatres in Coventry

The Albany Theatre

Albany Road, Coventry CV5 6JQ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7699 8964

Blue Coat Theatre

Terry Road, Coventry CV1 2BA, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7622 3542

Shop Front Theatre

38 City Arcade, Coventry CV1 3HW, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 07799 292957

Map showing theatres in Coventry

Photograph of Coombe Abbey Park

Coombe Abbey Park


Coombe Abbey Park is a good location for a relaxing family vacation or a beautiful stroll for a fresh air. On 500 acres of stunning gardens, forest, lakeside walks, and bird hides, there’s enough to see and do. Capability Brown built and developed Coombe Abbey Park, which now offers a variety of activities. Find an activity that suits you, from ceramics to pond dipping.
Built 76 years ago, Russells Patio and Garden Centre, has grown immensely since they took over the helm 26 years ago in 1996, thanks to their brilliant team of staff and the help and support of customers, transforming it from a simple nursery into a popular home and garden destination in Coventry.
Photograph of Russels Patio and Garden Centre

Russels Patio and Garden Centre

Other parks in Coventry

Spencer Park

6 Spencer Avenue, Coventry CV5 6NP, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7671 3680

Coundon Hall Park

Waste Lane, Coventry CV6 2EH, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0808 583 4333

War Memorial Park

Kenilworth Road, Coventry CV3 6PT, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7678 6280

Allesley Park

Allesley Hall Drive, Coventry CV5 9AD, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7667 6580

Map showing parks in Coventry

Music and cinema

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Coventry was at the epicentre of the Two-Tone musical trend. Two of the city’s music events are the Coventry Jazz Festival and the Godiva Festival. On the Saturday of the Godiva Event, a carnival parade begins in the city centre and travels to War Memorial Park, where the celebration is held. The Coventry Music Museum, which is part of the 2-Tone Village complex, honours Coventry’s musical heritage.
Photograph of Coventry Music Museum

Coventry Music Museum

Photograph of The Italian Job scene – Mini cooper in the Turin’s sewer

The Italian Job scene – Mini cooper in the Turin’s sewer

The classic scene in the film The Italian Job, in which Mini Coopers are driven at high speeds through Turin’s sewers, was actually shot in Coventry, using what was then the country’s longest sewage tunnels, which were open because they were being built. Various locations in Coventry have recently been used in the BAFTA nominated film The Bouncer, all in the Game, also starring Ray Winstone (Ricoh Arena), the medical TV series Angels (Walsgrave Hospital), the BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances (Stoke Aldermoor and Binley Woods districts), and scenes from “The Shakespeare Code,” an episode of Doctor Who’s third series, were filmed in August 2006 on the premises of Ford’s Hospital.

More cinemas in Coventry

Showcase Cinema de Lux Coventry

Gielgud Way, Walsgrave on Sowe, Coventry CV2 2SZ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7660 2555

Square One 3D Cinema

Ground Floor, University – The Hub, 4 Jordan Wl, Coventry CV1 5QT, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7765 5231

ODEON Coventry

SkyDome, Croft Road, Coventry CV1 3AZ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0333 014 4501

Coventry Skydome

Croft Road, Coventry CV1 3AZ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7663 2552

Map showing cinemas in Coventry

Places to stay in Coventry

When planning to attend a course in Coventry, consider staying at one of the hotels or B&Bs below.


Hotel ibis Coventry Centre

Mile Lane, Coventry CV1 2LN, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7625 0500

Premier Inn Coventry South (A45) hotel

Kenpas Highway, Coventry CV3 6PB, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0333 777 4628

Premier Inn Coventry City Centre (Earlsdon Park) hotel

Earlsdon Park, 53-55 Butts Road, Coventry CV1 3BH, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0871 527 9318

Premier Inn Coventry City Centre (Belgrade Plaza) hotel

Belgrade Plaza, Bond Street, Coventry CV1 4AH, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0333 777 4629

DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry

Paradise Way, Walsgrave on Sowe, Coventry CV2 2ST, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7660 3000

Holiday Inn Coventry M6, JCT.2, an IHG Hotel

Hinckley Road, Coventry CV2 2HP, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7509 7600

Royal Court Hotel Coventry

Tamworth Road, Coventry CV6 2EJ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0871 222 0096


University of Warwick, Scarman, Scarman Road, Coventry CV4 7AL, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7622 1111

Novotel Coventry M6 J3

Wilsons Lane Longford, 3, M6, Longford, Coventry CV6 6HL, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7636 5000


The Jacobean Hotel

Holyhead Road, Coventry CV5 8HX, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7660 1601

Britannia Hotel

Fairfax Street, Coventry CV1 5RP, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0871 222 0095

Royal Court Hotel Coventry

Tamworth Road, Coventry CV6 2EJ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0871 222 0096

Hylands Hotel

151-153 Warwick Road, Coventry CV3 6AU, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7650 1600

No53 Bed and Breakfast

53 Charter Avenue, Coventry CV4 8EJ, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7705 7494

Premier Inn Coventry East (Binley/A46) hotel

Rugby Road, Coventry CV3 2TA, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 0333 777 4627

Acacia Guest House

11 Park Road, Coventry CV1 2LE, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7663 3622

Cocked Hat Hotel

Rugby Road, Binley Woods, Coventry CV3 2AW, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7663 6767

Ashleigh House

17 Park Road, Coventry CV1 2LE, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7622 3804

Old Mill Hotel

Mill Hill, Baginton, Coventry CV8 3AH, England, United Kingdom.Phone: 024 7630 2241