Newcastle is known worldwide for its ever popular bars and nightlife
Where to start? Newcastle is known worldwide for its ever popular bars and nightlife and we need say very little of this – head to Mosley Street, Collingwood Street (or the “diamond strip” as its known), the big market, or The Gate on Newgate Street and you wont be disappointed. There are well known bars and clubs such as Tiger Tiger, Digital and Revolution as well as local speciality pubs such as the Vineyard. Fancy a change? The quayside offers a great change on a night out with some quieter pubs and alternative clubs along the riverside.
All the pubs and clubs are close together, this means those who want to go on a night out can enjoy it without the dreaded taxi costs; whilst those who wish to avoid it can stay to the other end of town and enjoy everything else Newcastle has to offer. Shops would be a good place to start from high end stores such as cruise, large department stores like John Lewis and local boutiques such as End. Newcastle has it all within a 5-10 minute walk with shops being situated mainly within the indoor shopping centre (handy as one thing Newcastle doesn’t have is all year round sunshine!) and Northumberland Street.
Top quality restaurants such as the living room are a common site throughout Newcastle, there are Casinos, Cinemas and Theatres dotted around the City too. The Metro Radio Arena holds music concerts all through the year, the city baths holds a swimming pool if you need to unwind at any point. Then there are Newcastle and Northumbria University. The list is endless but there is still room for a number of Quayside apartments and flats through the city centre, due to higher prices they are mainly occupied by professionals and some very lucky students. They don’t stay available for long though!
When looking for fun and enjoyment in Newcastle city-centre you really don’t have to look much further than The Gate. Housing a wide range of restaurants, bars as well as (…) Read more