There are a lot of pubs and restaurants in a very short space.(1/4 of a mile)and Newcastle City centre is a short walk away.
Being a northumbrian i have seen this area go from a rough docks 50 years ago to a thriving modern place for a great night out. There are many varied bars, hotels & restaurants, together with history aplenty and not far away plenty of shops. Whether you are a couple or a group, there is loads to see & do.... More
The Quayside is a vibrant area full of cafes / restaurants, pubs, and hotels. There is an art gallery (the Baltic), a music venue (The Sage, Gateshead) and a theatre (the Live Theatre). The bridges over the Tyne are also a great sight, as are the old buildings
Best area of Newcastle if you are a Photographer,The Five Bridges and the Millenium Bridge make excellent photos day or night. The Baltic and Sage are excellent backdrops, then you can hit the numerous bars and restaurants and sit back back and watch the world go by.
if you can not afford Australia, then go to the quay, Sydney harbour bridge is modelled of the tyne bridge.and you can walk under it or over it.also syneys bridge was made from steel from consett wich is 20 miles from Newcastle.the tall ships have been 2 or three times.,wich was brill.yes I would recommend a day out there for... More
Great place to spend few hours, lovely restaurants and bars and great views of the Tyne and the bridges, we stayed at copthorne hotel was fab hotel
As an elderly person who was born and bred along the banks of the Tyne I just LOVE the refurb and new development of the Quayside Everyone visiting Newcastle should stroll along to the Millenium bridge from the bottom of Dean St ( The yellow electric buses run every 10 mins from city centre ). Cross the Millenium bridge and... More
Lovely place to sight see and walk about , loads of interesting places to view, u can eat & drink at many place , well worth a trip
The quayside in Newcastle, offers everything any discerning traveller could wish for. The Sunday market ( although not what it used to be ) is a very vibrant one with a large variety of fayre on offer. The night life is second to none offering a wide range of bars ad award winning restaurants. The Sage music venue is home... More
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