Discover historical castles and long beaches
Looking to combine a city trip with long beach walks? Book a flight to Newcastle and visit The Sage Gateshead, its futuristic concert hall, and the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Then let the wind run through your hair at the vast beaches just outside the city. Wherever you go and whatever you do in Newcastle, you’ll be pleasantly surprised in every way.
Modern bridges and huge shopping centres
Newcastle is a shoppers’ paradise. Stock up in the gigantic Eldon Square complex or flash your credit card in Metrocentre, one of the UK’s largest shopping centre. For a more authentic atmosphere there’s Grainger Market, a beautiful market hall in the city centre filled with small-scale boutiques. Traversing through the city is the River Tyne. Of the seven bridges spanning it, the Millennium Bridge is the most splendid. Colourfully lit, this bridge is worth a stroll in the evening. Not only is Newcastle the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in England. Treat yourself: book a flight to Newcastle now!
Roman walls and trendy dance clubs
Newcastle has a rich history. Visit Hadrian’s Wall; the remains of this Roman wall can still be found everywhere in and around the city. Castle Keep, with its castle tower that provides a beautiful view over the river, is another interesting spot. Fancy a night out on the town? Posada, Newcastle’s oldest pub, will be fun to visit. However, if you want a wider choice in entertainment, go to Quayside with its dozens of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Flights to Newcastle for a unique vacation
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The city Newcastle upon Tyne, or more commonly referred to as Newcastle, is one of the most pleasant surprises of north-east England. The city is situated on the River Tyne and is split into 2 parts that are connected by a handful of bridges. Bent steel to granite pillars – they are all unique icons that lend the city its character.
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Hadrian’s Wall is the Roman version of the Great Wall of China, built along the border of England and Scotland. It was built to keep out the northern Barbarians, as this military zone was heavily disputed. Dozens of forts and bathhouses have been uncovered and restored, giving a good impression of life in Roman times.
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