Things to see and do - Newcastle upon Tyne
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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
GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE14
The wall, built from 122 AD on the orders of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, stretches for 117km from Wallsend on the Tyne to Bowness on the Solway Firth. Parts of the wall can still be seen today and it is studded with museums, camps and settlements, whi..
st. New Bridge 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..
Castle Garth GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ
The "new castle" was built by William the Conqueror's son, Robert Courteheuse, in 1080. The keep is all that remains of the castle which he inherited in the 12C. From the top of this huge construction, you are greeted with a beautiful panor..
Hotels Newcastle upon Tyne
12-18, Dean Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1PG
Located in the heart of Newcastle city centre, Surtees Hotel is 5 minutes’ walk from the city’s main train station. The bars, restaurants and attractions offered by the Quayside are just 0.2 miles away. The en suite rooms at Surtees all have 28-inch..
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..
2-12 Grey Street GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6EE
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With a stylish restaurant, the 4-star Grey Street Hotel offers boutique rooms with luxury linens and freshly ground coffee. The hotel is in Newcastle centre, a 2-minute walk from the Theatre Royal. The elegant bedrooms each have a flat-screen TV and..
Restaurants Newcastle upon Tyne
Trinity Gardens GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2HH
Stylish, open-plan brasserie where subtle greys contrast with bold floral fabrics. Eye-catching zinc-topped bar, smart dining room and efficient service. Appealing British and French classics, with a good value set lunch menu.
Waterloo Square, St James's Boulevard GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4DN
Enter past the tuk tuk into a large bar, then on into a long, narrow room with heavy wood furnishings, lanterns and a simple, rustic, southeast Asian style. Extensive menus mix dishes from Vietnam, China and Japan. Polite, unfussy service.
29 Broad Chare GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ
In a quayside warehouse - with a theatre. Zinc ducting and steel pillars give it an industrial feel, while hams, salamis and oils add a touch of the Mediterranean. Simple, satisfying cooking of classic Italian dishes. Good value lunch menu.
25 Broad Chare GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ
Owned by Terry Laybourne and next to its sister operation, Caffé Vivo. Sit in the snug ground floor bar or upstairs dining room. Choose from a snack menu of 'Geordie Tapas', an appealing 'on toast' selection, hearty daily specials and tasty nursery p..
28-30 The Close GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3RF
Attractive Grade I listed, 16C merchant's house in the shadow of the Tyne Bridge. It has a utilitarian feel courtesy of old flagged floors, cast iron supports and exposed brick. Modern 8 course menus offer accomplished dishes.
2-8 Fenkle St GB - Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5XU