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Newcastle (NCL UK)

The Victorian city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne sits along the River Tyne near England’s northern coast, and though founded by the Romans, the city grew substantially out of the industrial revolution, and has kept true to its grass roots by being one of the UK’s friendliest and most down-to-earth cities.

But don’t mistake its past grit for lack of sophistication, Newcastle is a contemporary and chic city that effortlessly blends historical architecture with modern sensibilities, and its local culture is one of excellent restaurants, a world-class events, and more trendy bars than you can count.

Where can you stay in Newcastle?

City Centre

For ease, you can’t really beat the city centre. It is close to every major attraction, and boasts a great nightlife. In particular you are within close reach of Bigg Market, a street famous for providing night owls with an evening of revelry, due to its tons of bars and pubs that line the avenue.

There are luxury options, hostels and moderate hotels in equal measure, all of which will provide their guests with easy access to attractions like the Discovery Museum, Times Square, Leazes Park, and the celebrated St. James Park home to the local football team, Newcastle United FC.

Jesmond

If you want to save a little money on your break, Jesmond is a good bet. Primarily the student quarter of the city, you can find loads of budget hotels, and lots of cheap and cheerful eateries nearby. As a major plus, the pubs in the area often offer great happy hour deals.

Quayside

More upmarket than the city centre, Quayside is perfect if you don’t need instant accessibility to the primary sites of the city. This neighbourhood is a little more relaxed than the bustling city centre, and there are accommodation options that run from economy hotel chains, quaint B&Bs and luxury hotels.

Culture vultures and musos will love this area’s proximity to Sage, which frequently hosts concerts from classical to popular music. During the day, guests of Quayside will find plenty of pubs and cafes to make stops in, and at night there are more than enough clubs, bars and restaurants to while away your time.

Ouseburn

You can really feel the city’s industrial past in Ouseburn, but feelings are all you’ll get since this neighbourhood has been up and coming for a while. Since the new influx of young professionals and students, the area is seeing trendy restaurants, cool coffee bars and lots of unique boutiques pop up all over, and this is a great place to get to know the city’s spirit beneath its shiny veneer.

Transport in Newcastle

The city of Newcastle is well serviced by public transport, and it is easy to get around on the subway, bus and ferry. Smart travel cards are available from Nexus for you to travel on the city’s Metro system, and these are called Pop cards, which will make travelling around the city hassle-free.