Tuesday, January 22, 2019

3 Reasons Why A Trip To Newcastle Should Be On Your Travel Bucket List ♥

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” - Mae West.

We get only a life to live, and when it comes to living it to the fullest, travelling should definitely be the reason for your evolution.

While travelling to a new destination is always fun, sometimes it can be challenging and confusing deciding among different travel spots.

Consistently voted as having the best nightlife in the UK, Newcastle Upon Tyne is also one of the best places for shopping, drinking and sightseeing. It is one of the most renowned cities in England, known for its rich diversity, its culture, welcoming atmosphere and architecture. The crown jewel of the North East of England, Newcastle is one of the most passionate footballing cities in England.
Take a look at these three reasons why a trip to Newcastle should be on your travel bucket list.

1. Home to Thousand Nightclubs
A hen do in the city of amazing cultural delights should be your first choice. Newcastle is well known for its nightlife, so get your girl gang together, a Newcastle Hen Party is legendary!

Whether you want to visit an English pub or hit a restaurant to check out the local music, Newcastle’s nightlife has something for everyone. The city has become an increasingly popular choice for hen dos. Newcastle is home to a thousand nightclubs and restaurants where your girl gang can have a gala time. It’s the perfect place to have a budget friendly destination hen weekend in the UK.

There are a plenty of things to do on your hen do in Newcastle, like beer tasting, bar crawls, casino night, geordie games, bubble mayhen and many more that will make you crave for more of what Newcastle has to offer.

2. Interesting Landmarks and Beaches to Discover
Newcastle has a wide range of landmarks and beautiful beaches worth visiting.

The city is set on the banks of River Tyne, and there have been various bridges developed near Newcastle City centre and the area surrounding it. The bridges include the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Swing Bridge, High-Level Bridge, King Edward VII Bridge, Queen Elizabeth II Metro Bridge, Redheugh Bridge and the famous Tyne Bridge and Millennium Bridge.

The Stockton beach in the city is pretty accessible by ferry across Newcastle Harbour. Merewether and Newcastle Beach are the two main beaches that feature ocean baths wherein you can swim laps, and wander around till you feel contented. The three significant highlights are the Bogey Hole, Nobbys and Susan Gilmore Beach.

3. The Weekly Quayside Market
The Quayside is a must-visit area of Newcastle for anyone visiting the city. Every Sunday, the Quayside becomes a vibrant and cultural hub of activities as a lot of independent sellers set out their stalls. From beautifully crafted work of art to shabby chic accessories, here, vendors sell all types of local produce, handmade gifts, quality crafts, homeware, clothing and jewellery.

The Sunday Market gives the finishing touch to the Quayside's fabulous natural setting and superb pubs and restaurants. The Quayside Market is the best way to spend a few hours on a Sunday.

Newcastle is an excellent place for a vacation with your friends and family. You will get to explore one of the best cities with amazing nightlife and other fun to do activities that this city has to offer. It’s also a unique destination for a hen do in England than the regular ones like London, Bristol etc. Newcastle Quayside Sunday Market is a flourishing cultural hub and should not be missed during a visit to Newcastle!

1 comment

  1. I am biased as I live in Newcastle but it is a great lace to visit, much nicer than people realise too. I am planning to have my own hen party in Newcastle this year as the nightlife is great x


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