With an intoxicating nightlife and ripples of greenery, Newcastle represents the very best of Northern England.
The blood and lifeline of modern civilisation, Newcastle is commonly known for its coal industry. In the
cool urban centre of Newcastle, you will relish into its culture, pulsating nightlife, award winning dining
and so much more.
Only minutes away from the coast and countryside, you have the option to either get in touch with
nature and ripples of greenery or to shop till you drop at the largest indoor shopping and leisure
complex in Europe.
Newcastle’s Theatre Royal
and the Sunderland Empire
provide exceptional theatre to suit all tastes
including West End productions and drama. Film-buffs are also catered for with Metrocentre’s ODEON
Imax as well as smaller independent cinemas around Newscaste.
The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art captures Newcastle’s passion for arts and culture. A larg
variety of public art works are available in the region’s towns and cities across the area.
In the heart of the City Centre, Castle Keep is one of the best Northern examples displaying new-classical
architecture of Grainger Town. Other attractions include the 2,000 year old Tynemouth Prior, Hadrian’s
Wall, the Great North Museum and the Victoria Tunnel.
With an astonishing coastline, Newcastle provides the ideal opportunity for day outs at some of the
country’s best beaches. In fact, in 2010, Tynemouth’s beaches were awarded with the prestigious Blue
Flag status, guaranteeing the highest standards in safety and cleanliness.
An excellent shopping experience is provided by Eldon Square
, one of the city’s biggest shopping
complexes together with the Metrocentre which is Europe’s largest indoor shopping and leisure
You won’t be short of surprises when you are in Newcastle. With plenty of places to eat and drink, you
will only need to decide whether you prefer to dine out at a fine restaurant, sit in a homely bar or go out
to a trendy nightclub.