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Printable maps of Newcastle

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Newcastle

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Newcastle with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Newcastle area

This Newcastle map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Newcastle and surroundings

Great Britain - moving around the country

The air transport network in Great Britain is simply superb. In total, about 450 airports operate in the country. Some of them are used not only for passenger transportation but also for freight. The main airports serve domestic and international flights. Heathrow Airport is the largest air harbor in the country. It is located twenty kilometers from London. It has no equal on the territory of the kingdom. Heathrow holds a decent 4th place in the world. There are five terminals at the airport. Everything there is arranged for the comfortable rest of passengers, including bank offices, cafes and restaurants, various shops, lounges, business centers and baby care rooms. You can get to the city by bus or by train. You can also book a transfer and a taxi in advance, or rent a car. … Open

Nature and parks of Great Britain

Yorkshire Dales National Park is 80 kilometers north of Manchester in Yorkshire. It is very popular among tourists. Annually, it is visited by more than 8 million people. The park has hiking trails. There are several small villages and charming towns on its territory. Tourists will be interested in strolling or cycling along one of the special trails. The longest one stretches for 429 kilometers. You can also enjoy horseback riding in the neighborhoods or visiting the cave system. Most of the area of ​​the park is covered by plains, where you can see herds of goats and sheep grazing. The park also hosts several major historical attractions. One of them is Bolton Castle, which is famous and popular among tourists. In addition to it, you can visit the waterfalls of Aysgarth, Kotli Spout, and the railway viaduct. There are only 2 national parks on the territory of Scotland - Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and Cairngorms. Loch Lomond features a huge number of mountain peaks. The highest of them is Ben Moore with a height of 1174 meters above sea level. The park has the longest walking trail in Scotland, the Great Path. There are many historical sights and ruins of castles along this trail. During the walk, it is worth to visit the castles of Bulloch and Carrick, built in the 15th century. Those who want to stay for the night will be able to spend time in a hostel set in a very impressive old building. Another attraction of Scotland is Loch Ness. It became known due to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster, which was seen repeatedly by local residents. On the shore of the lake, there is a museum dedicated to this legend. … Open

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Our guide to Newcastle

Newcastle sightseeing

It’s a large industrial city located in the lower reaches of the Tyne River. The son of William the Conqueror, Robert II Duke of Normandy, was the founder of the city. First mentions of Newcastle date back to 1080. Initially a new castle was built on the territory of the modern city. The castle was built mainly for the storage of salt and coal mined in the area, but it also gave the name to this city. Besides … Open

Cultural excursion through Newcastle - things to see

Since its construction, it has been one of the tallest buildings in the city. Its tower is clearly visible from many streets. In the middle of the 17th century, throughout the course of the struggle against Scotland, the cathedral lost many of its valuables, as the invaders were going to destroy it. The cathedral has remained intact by some miracle, and at the beginning of the 19th century, it got a new rich … Open

Attractions and active leisure

A lot of interesting entertainments await travelers in Newcastle. Today, Ouse Burn Centre can be found in the old industrial district. This area has preserved old mills and storage facilities, which are now used for commercial and cultural purposes. Here is the largest trading venue in Europe where they sell works of art. One of the old industrial buildings houses a music bar featuring top-notch equipment. In the … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

In the vicinity of Newcastle, several large farms produce not only high-quality meat but also dairy products. The pride of the locals is the cheese that has dozens of varieties, too. You can fully appreciate their diversity while walking through local markets and grocery stores. Meat is used to make wonderful sausages and other delicacies. Meat and cheese platters are available for tasting at any restaurant or pub. … Open

Traditions and mentality of Newcastle

In the past, Newcastle was a major industrial city, but its industrial lifestyle was replaced by a new one full of interesting traditions and festivals. One of the main features of the local culture is the "Geordie" dialect, which is spoken by all citizens. It is so different from classical English that even people from neighboring cities can hardly understand the local accent. The formation of such an unusual … Open

Travel guide to Newcastle

Fans of historical attractions have the opportunity to visit Hadrian's Wall. This is the name of partially preserved defensive structures erected in the days of the Roman Empire. The scale of this structure is really impressive: originally its length was about 120 km. The wall is named after Emperor Hadrian, and its extensive pieces have survived until the 18th century. Many parts of the defensive fortification were … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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