Newcastle Airport is the gateway to the North East of England which is considered to be one of the most beautiful and spectacular parts of England. The Newcastle and North East visitors guide brought to you by Newcastle Airport Arrivals will highlight the must see places in the area.
The area is a mix remote countryside that is awash with ancient relics and urban areas such as Newcastle upon Tyne that is deep in history.
Newcastle Upon Tyne Visitors Guide
The city of Newcastle is famous for its industrial heritage and its sporting traditions. The home of Newcastle United is an ideal place for a city break for those wanting to party as well as those seeking history and culture. In years gone by the city was famous for its ship building and industrial might that was one of the engine rooms of the Industrial Revolution. In recent times the industry has gone and has been replaced with many great tourist attractions, and places to see and stay.
Northumberland Visitors Guide
The county of Northumberland is the remotest county in England and possibly one of the least visited, yet this is very hard to believe as it offers so much. With around one hundred miles of coastline in East Northumberland offers some spectacular places to visit such as Holy Island, the Farne Islands, Alnwick Castle and Bamburgh Castle.
In the North the county borders Scotland and is home to the Cheviot Hills which is a land where the famous Border Reivers one ruled. Steeped in history this spectacular landscape has so much to offer and so much to see. The Northumberland National Park including Kielder Water and Forrest is a place full of adventure and one of the best mountain biking and watersports venues in the UK. It also boasts one of the darkest skies in the UK and id home to the Kielder Observatory.
Hadrian’s Wall runs from East to West across the southern part of Northumberland close to the towns ancient towns of Hexham and Corbridge.
County Durham Visitors Guide
The land of the Prince Bishops including Durham City is home to some must see attractions such as Durham Cathedral and the countryside in Weardale and Teesdale. Like Northumberland County Durham is a haven for fresh air that is a magnet for those who enjoy the great outdoors.