'The British nation is unique in this respect: they are the only people who like to be told how bad things are, who like to be told the worst.' These queer words were said by the British statesman and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Winston Churchill.
The Roman Fort and the British Pride
Newcastle upon Tyne, better known as simply Newcastle, is the city in North East England, only few miles from the North Sea. The city once famous as the Roman province and later a wool trade center now attracts hundreds of tourists every year, who want to see the harmony of ancient Roman relicts and rich British history. The Tyne Bridge, the Quayside, the Grainger Town area and Northumberland street, only few really well-known places on Newcastle upon Tyne that you should visit on your stay there. So come on, make a list of what you need to pack, but before doing that, read what we have prepared about some Newcastle upon Tyne hotels, that will probably help you to choose the best option. Almost all hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne are good quality and hospitable, you just need to think through what kind of facilities you want to get there and if you are willing to travel on the budget or spend some extra money.
Where to Stay Cheaply in Newcastle upon Tyne
In the places where the tourism is one of the greatest businesses in the area, there is a really good number of cheap hotels: Premier Inn Newcastle City Centre, Euro Hostel Newcastle, Travelodge Newcastle Central or Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle. Only few of the cheap hotels on Newcastle upon Tyne where you will be able to get a good rest, even better English breakfast and the best fish and chips in town.
A Royal Treatment for the Visitors
But if you are looking for something more sophisticated, there are some hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne that will give you exactly what you need. You should definitely look for famous places like the Hotel du Vin & Bistro Newcastle, Hotel Indigo Newcastle, Malmaison Newcastle or the Lumley Castle Hotel. These Newcastle upon Tyne hotels will not save you some extra money, but who really doesn't want to satisfy one's curiosity and try out what it really feels like to get a real royal treatment?
Crossing the Streets of the City
Even though you will probably not get a possibility to enjoy the sunny beach as it often rains in Great Britain, there are lots of fun activities and places to visit in Newcastle upon Tyne. You should definitely go and see some plays in the Theater Royal in Grey Street, visit the modern Avison Library. And f you are one of those who cannot live without seeing the nightlife, go and enjoy yourself at the country's top night spots like The Gate or The Pink Triangle. In Addition to this, you should definitely go and see the Newcastle's Chinatown where delicious foods and drinks are served almost at the each and every corner of the street.