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Newcastle is on of the UK’s premiere destinations for culture, nightlife and fine dining. The local population is famously proud of its heritage and the friendly and welcoming atmosphere is unsurpassed anywhere in the country. The city is a melting pot of cultural goings on, with avante-garde modern art galleries, interactive history museums and a thriving indie arts and music scene. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, Newcastle is a city like no other and is bound to leave a lasting impression.
Newcastle offers some fantastic options for accommodation, with plenty available in the city centre. Those visiting the city for work may wish to base themselves nearer to the business park, whilst those on a leisure break are likely to prefer somewhere as central as possible. Whatever the reason for your visit, if you are planning an extended stay then it might be in your best interest to check out some of our serviced apartments in Newcastle, which offer all the convenience of a hotel whilst giving you enhanced privacy, full kitchen facilities and a range of other mod-cons.
Newcastle has no shortage of things to do - whether you are hoping for fine dining, arts and culture or indie music venues, the city has it all. First time visitors will no doubt want to see the more famous landmarks, such as the iconic Millenium Bridge, or even make a trip out to the Angel of the North, but anyone staying more than a few hours in Newcastle will find the city hides new surprises around every corner.
Of course, Newcastle is notorious for having some of the best nightlife in the country. Whether you prefer to enjoy high-class cocktail bars alongside the river, or more adventurous theme clubs, you’ll find the cheery geordie outlook is ubiquitous in its nightspots and most venues exude a fun atmosphere that is unique to the city.
The city also has several world-class museums and art galleries, many of which are dedicated to local history and talent. Newcastle proudly displays its industrial heritage and those who are interested will find ample opportunity to learn about Newcastle’s historic contribution to UK industry.
Newcastle has an incredibly diverse offering of restaurants. There’s fine-dining establishments, such as Peace and Loaf, and Artisan on Stodder street both offering contemporary British menus in a sophisticated setting. Alternatively, for something a little more casual, Zucchini Pasta bar is a lively venue that’s great for groups, or Fujiyama Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant, which has an open kitchen where Teppanyaki chefs cook in front of guests.
Newcastle has no shortage of retail opportunities, with innumerable stores dotted all over the city, ranging from independent fashions to high-end consumer electronics. If you are looking for a one-stop-shop, then there are two major intu shopping centres - intu Eldon Square, which is centrally located and offers a great selection of high street brands, or intu Metrocentre, which boasts some 200 plus retailers and is known as one of the best shopping complexes in the country.
There’s certainly no shortage of things to do in Newcastle - whether you are looking for evening entertainments or a day of sightseeing, the city has it all. The Angel of the North, Millenium Bridge and The Castle are the major sights for first-time visitors, whilst the Great North Museum is a fantastic opportunity to learn not only about the local area, but also see artifacts from all over the world. Likewise, the Discovery Museum has superb interactive exhibits and is especially suitable for families.
Newcastle has extensive public transport services - the subway system is the best way for making quick trips across the city and can be paid for cheaply using the Pop Pay as You Go card, similar to London’s Oyster system. There are also numerous bus routes serving the city centre, as well as towards Gateshead and Collingwood Mews. Those looking to travel further afield will find the Newcastle central railway station offers regular services to southern England, including fast services to London, as well as into Scotland.
Retail is Newcastle’s biggest sector, being one of the strongest in the UK. The Team Valley Trading Estate in nearby Gateshead is home to over 700 businesses, including commercial services, technology firms and numerous manufacturers. Newcastle has also been earmarked for a great deal of future investment, not only to make the city greener y reducing carbon emissions, but also to see the economy grow and diversify with different industries represented.