Newcastle upon Tyne :
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Newcastle upon Tyne Travel guide
Newcastle upon Tyne : Michelin's recommendations
Its spectacular setting, rich history and characteristic dialect of the local inhabitants (renowned for their desire to live life to the full, and sense of humour) contribute to the strong identity of this undisputed capital of the Northeast of England. Don’t miss the legendary Quayside, Newcastle’s artistic heart. Six different bridges (all remarkable structures) link it to Gateshead, the focus of ongoing regeneration efforts (both cultural and economic).
Tourist attractions Newcastle upon Tyne : Things to see and do
Newcastle University GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7OU
This museum exhibits a number of sketches of Hadrian's wall, as well as a number of objects found on site. The temple of Mithra de Carrawburgh was rebuilt with the original sculpted stones.
New Bridge Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AG
The Laing Art Gallery boasts a truly impressive collection of artworks dating from the 18C-20C. It also houses a very fine collection of watercolours and pays tribute to the decorative arts, represented by a splendid display of glass, ceramic and sil..
Monk Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4XN
The well-restored buildings of the 13C Dominican convent now has a crafts centre.
Hotels Newcastle upon Tyne
Gallowgate GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SD
With a sports bar and grill restaurant, this brand new hotel has a fitness centre and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle is next to St James’ Park, home of Newcastle FC. The colourful, boutique-style bedrooms have large ..
71 Grainger Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5JE
Right in the centre of Newcastle and its famously vibrant nightlife, Heroes boasts an excellent location right in the centre of Newcastle’s major club and bar area. Newcastle Rail Station is only a 5-minute walk away. Eldon Square Shopping Centre an..
Fenkle Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5XU
Prix Prices from : 80 £
This boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation 2 minutes’ walk from Central Station. Its rooms are striking and unique, there is a fantastic Marco Pierre White restaurant on site, and Wi-Fi is free throughout the building. Hotel I..
Restaurants Newcastle upon Tyne
29 Broad Chare GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ
Housed within a quayside warehouse, along with a theatre. Much of the produce is imported from Italy and the Italian chefs ensure authenticity. Cooking is simple and satisfying, with dishes from Abruzzo featuring heavily.
21 Queen St GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3UG
Stylish, modern restaurant situated on the quayside, which appeals to both young and old alike. Mix of well-presented regional and British dishes made from locally sourced ingredients.
Trinity Gardens GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2HH
Stylish, open-plan brasserie where subtle greys contrast with bold floral fabrics. Appealing classics display French undertones; best value menus at lunch/early dinner. Efficient service.
The Biscuit Factory, 16 Stoddart St GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AN
Art gallery restaurant set in a 1930s former biscuit factory. Pass through modish lounge to airy dining space with industrial ambience, wall art and recognisable brasserie dishes; grill section features tasty mature steaks.
Friars St GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4XN
Late 13C stone-built monks' refectory; the split-level beamed restaurant overlooking the courtyard. Relaxed atmosphere with medieval feel and friendly service. Interesting, original menu of gutsy dishes that are firmly rooted in the region.
27 Queen St GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3UG
Extensive menu of authentic Keralan cooking; friendly, knowledgeable staff are happy to explain dishes. Vegetarians particularly well catered for. Very good value lunch menus.