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City Breaks to Newcastle
The people of Newcastle are immensely proud of their city and with City Breaks to Newcastle from Ireland, you will find out exactly why. Newcastle offers visitors major sporting events, great shopping and tons of family friendly activities. Book cheap Short breaks and weekend breaks to Newcastle from Dublin today with Club Travel and get the best value of flights and hotels in Newcastle. The city also offers an astounding array of cultural activities through the many art galleries, museums and performing arts. Newcastle is a great city break for shopping, sports fans, and families. It is also a great city for nightlife. Book cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Newcastle today with Club Travel for the best deals on city breaks, flights, hotels and holidays.
Hotels in Newcastle
We have many hotels in Newcastle available and we can find a special place for you to stay while on your city break to Newcastle. Club Travel has over thirty years’ experience of finding the perfect hotels to suit our client’s needs. Here are just two hotels from the many we have available.
Jury’s Inn Newcastle: This hotel is ideally located at the centre of Newcastle and enjoys a position overlooking the River Tyne. Countless shops and cultural venues, as well as many of the most celebrated tourist attractions, can easily be reached on foot or by making use of the local public transport. The nearest train station is only about 3 minutes from the hotel and the high street is 5 minutes away. Worthwhile excursions can be made to the beaches.
Staybridge Suites Newcastle is located just moments from the Quayside area, with its excellent selection of restaurants and bars. Also within walking distance are the Millennium Bridge, Baltic Centre, Tyne Bridge and the eye-catching Sage Gateshead. The city centre location of Staybridge Suites Newcastle puts all of the major business and leisure attractions of Newcastle within easy reach, including the many shops and restaurants around the Grey Street area.
There are plenty of top class restaurants in Newcastle but if fine dining is not your style and you fancy something more casual grab a pie at Greggs, the bakery chain which was founded in Newcastle.
Nightlife in Newcastle
The nightlife in Newcastle is one of the city’s major attractions, with a young population who know how to have a good time. The Pitcher and Piano is a bar situated in the stylish quayside area and is a laid back bar. The Gate is a sort of night-time complex with restaurants, bars and even a casino all under one roof.
Newcastle Airport is located 9km Northwest of Newcastle city. There is a metro link to the city which runs every few minutes and takes around 22minutes to get to Newcastle city. Bus (every half hour), Taxis and car hire are also available.
Weather in Newcastle: Visitors to Newcastle go for the lively atmosphere and great activities and not necessarily for the sunny weather as even in summer the temperature rarely goes over 20°C. Winter time can be quite cold and rain is common.
Electricity: The same electrical output as in Ireland. Three pin plug.
Currency: Newcastle uses the English Pound Sterling.
Newcastle Time is the same as Irish time.
Visa requirements: Irish Citizens travelling to Newcastle do not require a visa as England is a member state of the E.U.