Cork Airport

Destination of the month

Welcome to Newcastle

Newcastle is a party town set against the backdrop of its extensive Victorian architecture. The locals, known as Geordies, are also easy going and fun loving.

Flying to Newcastle

Aer Lingus flies Newcastle year-round

NewcastleFri, Sun - winter onlyBook Flights

Things to do here

Newcastle is a fiercely independent, industrial city with a friendly and fun loving population. The city has developed into a popular destination for hen and stag parties due to its legendary nightlife but the city also has a more sophisticated side with art galleries, museums and quality restaurants. The iconic Tyne Bridge and the modern Millennium Bridge are eye-catching emblems for the city. The riverbank is also lined with many bars and restaurants. Take a stroll down Grey Street which is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful streets in Britain. The Theatre Royal is the jewel in the street’s crown amongst a host of other magnificent buildings.

To Eat

  1. The Broad Chare is a classic English gastro pub serving black pudding and cask  ales. 
  2. Set in a 16th century town house with exposed beams, House of Tides has quickly become a favourite with locals.

To Stay

  1. Jesmond Dene House has the atmosphere of a country house but is close to the city. It also overlooks some beautiful woodlands.
  2.  The Grey Street Hotel is a listed building on the most beautiful street in Newcastle.

The Angel of the North Culture

Antony Gormley's huge sculpture has become a powerful symbol for the northeast of England.

Victoria Tunnel Historical

Take a unique tour of some of the 4km of tunnels built for transporting coal underneath the city in the 19th century.

Tynemouth Beaches & Surfing

Around 20 minutes on the metro will get you to Tynemouth where the Tyne meets the sea. Also a favourite with local surfers.

The Stand Comedy Club

Experience the famous Geordie wit firsthand at this well-known comedy venue.