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Overview of Newcastle

One of the most cosmopolitan cities in the UK, Newcastle has gained a sterling reputation as a choice city break destination. Named after the impressive Norman castle in the epicentre, the city can trace its fascinating history all the way back to Roman times. Newcastle is peppered with graceful Victorian buildings and medieval marvels, including a majestic cathedral, making it a perfect destination for architecture buffs. The city is one of the cultural hubs of the North, featuring a superb crop of museums and art galleries, and the spectacular design feat that is the Newcastle City concert hall. The residents of Newcastle – or ‘Geordies’, as they are affectionately known – are a friendly, welcoming bunch with a one-of-a-kind dialect that is a close descendant of the Anglo-Saxon language. Watched over by the awe-inspiring Angel of the North, one of the most iconic structures in the UK, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable stay in this most fun-loving of cities.

Attractions in Newcastle

The Quayside is the city's cultural focal-point, boasting the sensational Sage Gateshead music centre and the Baltic art gallery. Movie buffs will find a cornucopia of cinemas screening mainstream, art-house and foreign language films, while the Royal Shakespeare Company, which has a huge presence in Newcastle, offers plenty of exciting stage showings across the annual seasons. For football fans, a trip to the city is the perfect opportunity to visit the legendary Newcastle United Football Club. If you fancy a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, catch your breath in Jesmond Dene, a picturesque public park at the east end of the city. This calming rural idyll is a heavenly haven of woodland and waterfalls.

Travel to and from Newcastle International Airport

One of the busiest airports in the UK, Newcastle Airport is well-equipped with a variety of transport options to help you get quickly and easily to and from your destination. The airport is located only 5 miles away from the city centre.

IATA code: NCL

Name: Newcastle International Airport

Address: Newcastle International Airport, Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 8BZ.