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All reviews millennium bridge sunday market deck chairs sunday morning sage music swing bridge bars and restaurants sage building baltic art gallery lovely walk lit up at night walk along the river both sides baltic centre places to eat and drink food stalls sunny day
It was a nice evening and we decided to go for a walk along the river to the quayside and crossed over the melinium bridge the view was amazing with all the neon lights on the bridge and the surrounding buildings well worth it on...More
Probably one of the more scenic areas of Newcastle. Very picturesque along the Riverside. See all the bridges including the iconic Tyne and Swing Bridges, as well as the magnificent Milennium Bridge. On the Gateshead side there are the Baltic and Sage buildings. Under the...More
On a clear day this is a superb place to walk and take in the views of the Tyne and the variety of buildings. There is a Sunday market but this appears to me to cheapen the experience because you can buy the type of...More
Not to be missed if you visit Newcastle. The quayside gives you amazing views or the wonderful Tyne Bridge along with all the other bridges that span the Tyne, each of them different but no less amazing. Plenty to see and do. It even has...More
We traveled down from Glasgow but have been to Newcastle loads of times but never managed to visit the quay side, we did yesterday and it was fantastic beautiful scenery and loads of paces to eat or drink also loads to do and see
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Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown... More
Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown . Search first for United Kingdom then Newcastle . This site has info. for about 1200 ports of call around the world .