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Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newcastle is a vibrant friendly city, with a heritage spanning the past 2,000 years. Situated in the north east of England, on the banks of the River Tyne and surrounded by the scenic beauty of Northumbria. [more...]



Directions
By Road
The region is well served by the A1(M) and A1 from the South of England and London; an alternative route is M1 (Leeds), M18 and A1. From the West Coast, the A69 Carlisle-Newcastle road, this links to the M6 to Birmingham and the South West via the M5 and M4 into South Wales. From Scotland the fast route is the A1, and the scenic route is A68 via Jedburgh or A697 from Coldstream.

By Rail
Direct train services operate from most cities in Britain to Newcastle's Central Station.

By Air
Newcastle Airport is located just six miles north of the City Centre, about 20 minutes drive by car. The Airport has scheduled services to Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Southampton and Wick, also to Dublin and Belfast.

By Sea
Car Ferry services operates direct to Tyneside from Scandinavia and Germany. The North Shields International Ferry Terminal at Royal Quays is approximately seven miles east of Newcastle via the A1058 and A19.

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