Newcastle Quayside
Home About us Contact Sign-in SiteMap
  Up
Lindisfarne
Centre for Life
Newcastle Quayside
Angel of the North
Knights and Castles
Saltwell Park
Tanfield Railway
Souter Lighthouse
Gibside Estate
Bensham Grove
Sea Houses
 
 
  Information  
 

 

Newcastle Quayside

 

The quayside is impossible to describe adequately because of its diversity and personality. There are distinctly two completely different quaysides... A daytime one and a night-time quayside. The differences are vast, even the visitors are different. At all times the quayside area is cosmopolitan, chic and attractive yet take on differing roles according to the time of day. Visit here on a Saturday night and then return the following Sunday morning and one can be forgiven thinking you are in a different city in another time zone.

Whole websites have been dedicated to Newcastle Quayside, the selection and variety of pubs and clubs alone could take pages and pages. What you really must do is visit the area and sample for yourself the cosmopolitan, friendly and above all Geordie area and make your own judgements. Only one thing can be certain, whatever opinion you arrive at, I am confident that an emotion you will not feel is disappointment!

Nowhere else in the World has this vibrancy, personality and zest of Newcastle Quayside - So don't take my word for it! Come along and see for yourself and sample Geordielife at its most evocative best.

 The Quayside by day.

THE QUAYSIDE SUNDAY MARKET

The Quayside Sunday Market is one of the largest Sunday Markets in England, attracting up to 100,000 people every week. There are stalls that sell everything from hardware to flowers and all run by traditional market folk. The smells and sounds are unforgettable and often punctuated by free street entertainers.

Development work along the Quayside has produced a clean environment for the market, and the restaurants and pubs of the area offer a variety of eating venues to suit all tastes. Bessie Surtees' House (managed by English Heritage) is opposite the Guildhall, and many of the town's historic landmarks - such as the Castle Keep, St Nicholas's Cathedral, the Black Gate and parts of the Town Wall - are within a short (if steep!) walking distance, and walks along the riverbank offer a break from the crowds.

 

The Quayside by night.

 

 



 

 

 

 

February 10, 2016

Webcam Links

Tyne Tunnel Cams

Tyne Bridge Cams

BBC Tyne Cameras

Sunderland Weather

Durham Cathedral


Google

 

 

 

News | Site Map | About Us |contact  | Videos | The Coast | sign-In

 

It may be hard to believe that such a high quality can be found on cheap replica watches sale but now you can use the expression of a genuine high-quality Vacheron Constantin replica watches. The best place to start looking for an imitation of your favorite makers and models are the online stores. The wide selection of cheap replica watches uk is simply surprising. Once you have found rolex replica watches you are looking for, take the time to verify some of the swiss replica watches. Before you go ahead and make the purchase you can document on the specific model. Compare it to the genuine product and check rolex replica details like the quality grade that will help you get an idea about it.

Copyright [2016] Dean Wilson[www.geordielife.com]. All rights reserved