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Newcastle-upon-Tyne Walks

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    London, England, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    As arranged

  • Avg Distance

    As arranged

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    As arranged

  • Price Includes

    Guiding Fee

Highlights

  • Discover all the fun in Newcastle-upon-Tyne with your expert guide!
  • Explore the bridges spanning the city, including the three world famous bridges: the High Level Bridge, the Swing Bridge, and the Tyne Bridge
  • Stroll though well preserved old streets buzzing with Victorian vibe
  • Visit local shops, theatres, museums, and restaurants for a lasting experience
  • Journey through Victoria Tunnel running from Town Moor to Tyne via underground

Guide

Trip Info

Located Northeast of London, Newcastle-upon-Tyne stands by the River Tyne and is considered to be the capital of the Northeast of England. Preserving most of the buildings and streets from the Victorian Era, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is an important tourist destination that you should never miss when visiting London. Follow your guide to one of the six bridges that spans the River Tyne – the oldest, two-level steel structure that rose as high as 165 ft built in the 17th century by Robert Stephenson. The High Level Bridge is quite well-known internationally, along with the the Swing Bridge, and the Tyne Bridge that most symbolizes the city’s identity. Explore the Quayside district around Tyne and High Level bridge. The district is home to hotels, shops, and restaurants that have sprung from old Victorian houses, and it’s underground attraction, the Victoria Tunnel that runs beneath the city connecting Town Moor to Tyne. Don’t forget to visit the Castle Keep and St. Nicholas Cathedral, as well as Grey’s Monument at the north end of Grey Street which stood 135 feet high. Who knows – just like many other locals, the monument might just become your favourite meeting spot too!

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