Newcastle offers plenty to see and do for residents and visitors alike - but one of the best things about the city is its proximity to some of the most beautiful landscapes in Britain. Within just a short drive you can find historic castles, stunning countryside, and miles of unspoilt coastline. Whether you’re looking for a fun-filled day trip or a relaxing mini-break, here’s our round-up of the best places to visit in Northumberland.
When you think of Newcastle, you might not immediately think of fine dining, but you would be wrong. Newcastle is no longer the capital of spit and sawdust pubs and gallons of brown ale and meat pies, there are plenty of fantastic eateries in the biggest city in the north-east, here we look at 10 of the best.
Newcastle, or Newcastle-upon-Tyne to give it its proper name, as that is the name of the famous river that the city stands on the banks of, is a famous old city in the far north-east of England. Previously part of the county of Northumberland, in 1400 it became a county in its own right.
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