Travel to Newcastle

In Newcastle you can find an excellent combination of the best that England has to offer, with a lot of cultural life, entertainment and a great nightlife. This city is in the northwestern part of the country, just a few minutes from the coast and with lots of nature, which makes it a fantastic destination for all nature lovers. In addition, it has the largest indoor shopping center in Europe, with many shops and entertainment venues.

Newcastle is also the British city with the greatest leisure offer both in shopping and in sports, culture, gastronomy, nature and all the entertainment you can imagine. Take note of the most interesting ones you need to know if you are going to travel to Newcastle :

Music : The most important places musically speaking are the Royal Theater and the Empire Sudnerland, which have events throughout the year and where plays and musicals are represented. The Newcastle Metro Radio Arena and The Sage Gateshed are where concerts of all kinds are held thanks to the versatility of its facilities, welcoming both great international artists and local talents that are beginning to emerge.

Heritage : In the center of the city you can find very important architectural wonders such as the Castle Tower and that contrasts with classic places such as Gray Street. Hadrian’s Wall is one of the most visited places, like the Great North Museum, where you can find a large collection of works of art characteristic of the culture of the area.

Blackfriars : It was a convent during the thirteenth century and between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries it was home to the most needy. Later it became a tourist attraction that has many local craft shops and several exhibitions so you can learn about the entire history of the city. It is surrounded by spectacular gardens where you can also lie down for a little rest or have a snack.
The Angel of Gateshead : It is the largest sculpture in the United Kingdom thanks to its 20 meters high and 200 tons of weight. It has a wingspan of 54 meters and is designed in such a way that it can withstand the strongest winds.

Gateshead Millennium Bridge : It is an architectural marvel designed by Wilkinson Eyre architects and that follows the lines and trends of the most important bridges in the world.

Walls : An extensive wall surrounds what was once the end of the city in the 13th century. Many parts of this wall are still standing, especially the part called the "Western Wall", which is excellently maintained, making it one of the most visited parts of the city.