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What Newcastle and Gateshead have done with the riverfront is just amazing. The Quayside is a wide promenade along the Tyne, going on for miles, inviting walkers, runners and cyclists to admire the water, the bridges, and the refurbished old buildings. Lots of pubs, lots...More
Had a lot on my mind so decided to head up to the Quayside just for an evening stroll...it was really relaxing and I took time out to read all the snippets of information about the bridge and the birds that lived on it...looked into...More
Quayside is a really nice part of Newcastle with plenty to do round about. They have a seasonal man made beach with Deck chairs which are great to sit and watch the world go by with a coffee, Sunday market which is a good wander...More
Newcastle quayside is a mixture of old & new buildings but seem to blend together, lots to see, you can get a boat trip from here to the mouth of the Tyne. or go up the other way through the country to wylam, also the...More
On Sunday with time to kill awaiting for late flight I went down to the quay side to view the world famous humber bridge, to my surprise there was a sunday market in full swing, there were at least 100 stalls from hot food from...More
This may seem a little biased but if your visiting Newcastle you need to check out the Quayside it's only a short downhill walk from the city centre with plenty of taxis to get you back up. Plenty of good bars and restaurants to choose...More
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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 .