Flights to Newcastle

Discover Newcastle: One of the Most Iconic Cities in England

Beach, Cuisine, Culture, Nature, Night Life

In the North East of England on the River Tyne, Newcastle began life at Hadrian's Wall as a Roman Fort in 122 AD and has developed into a thriving cosmopolitan city and the friendliest in the UK. Explore Corendon Airlines' affordable and flexible Newcastle flights and book your flight to this magical city right away.

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The most populous city of North East England / Located on the River Tyne’s northern bank


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Summers are warm and humid; winters are short and cool

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Newcastle Airport


Visit historic places and art venues; catch a concert at Sage Gateshead; explore the Quayside

Newcastle is an iconic city and is famous mostly for its industrial heritage. Known as one of England's safest and friendliest cities, there's much to do and explore. The city is quite compact and surrounded by beautiful countryside and stunning coastlines. Explore the incredible historical and industrial heritage by searching Corendon Airlines for the most suitable flights to Newcastle now.

What Is Newcastle Best Known For?

Newcastle is best known for its spectacular bridges, interesting history, amazing scenery, excellent nightlife, and passion for soccer.

  • Beach
  • Cuisine
  • Culture
  • Nature
  • Night Life

Newcastle Beaches

Newcastle Beach Cullercoats Beach
Newcastle Beach Cullercoats Beach

Cullercoats Beach

Cullercoats Beach is a sandy bay enclosed by small piers making it ideal for swimming. Popular with families thanks to a Seaside Award, it was accredited. During high tide, the gulf divides into North and South beaches. Cullercoats has a thriving fishing industry, and the south of the bay is used to launch recreational boats. Enjoy fish and chips or coffee and cake at one of the many Newcastle cafes or Newcastle restaurants - a picturesque bay guaranteed to be a relaxing afternoon out.

Newcastle Beach Whitley Bay
Newcastle Beach Whitley Bay

Whitley Bay

Whitley Bay is a beautiful golden sandy beach with rocky outcrops stretching 2 miles. Popular for surfing, the beach has shops, restaurants, and even a minigolf to keep beachgoers entertained. To experience this magical city for yourself, make sure to book the next flight to Newcastle from Corendon Airlines and start your journey.

Newcastle Cuisine

Newcastle Cuisine Pastries from Greggs
Newcastle Cuisine Pastries from Greggs

Pastries from Greggs

Pastries from Greggs are among Newcastle cuisine's most popular local snacks and meals. Being one of the region's favorite bakery cafe chains, Greggs has many special flavors for different tastes.

Newcastle Cuisine Pease Pudding
Newcastle Cuisine Pease Pudding

Pease Pudding

Referred to as Geordie Caviar, pease pudding is a northeast staple and is usually eaten with ham and made into a beautiful sandwich. Pease pudding is made by boiling split yellow peas with a joint of ham, then draining and mashing it into a paste. A local delicacy and one you must definitely try.

Newcastle Culture

Newcastle Culture Angel of the North
Newcastle Culture Angel of the North

Angel of the North

An official English icon, the Angel of the North stands tall in Gateshead and is the UK's most famous piece of public art. Erected in 1998, it's welcomed visitors to the North East since then. It is the world's largest angel sculpture, standing 20 m high and 54 m wide. Those that live in the North East say that once they see the statue, they know their home. A must to add to your Newcastle things-to-do list.

Newcastle Culture Grey's Monument
Newcastle Culture Grey's Monument

Grey's Monument

Grey's Monument was built in 1838 to honor Prime Minister Earl Grey and the reform act of 1832, which was put into place to reform Parliament and abolish slavery within the British Empire. The statue is 135 feet tall and stands at the top of Grey's Street. Many shops and restaurants surround the figures, ideal for stopping, enjoying a drink, and admiring this artistic masterpiece.

Newcastle Culture Theatre Royal
Newcastle Culture Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal

Another must-add to your Newcastle sightseeing list is The Theatre Royal, a beautiful architectural gem on Grey Street. To enter the building, you need to walk under the impressive grand pillars giving you a feeling of stepping into history. Famous for its fantastic performances of thrilling dramas, West End musicals, hilarious comedies, and famous ballets, we recommend that you try and book a show in advance to ensure you can secure a place at one of the fantastic productions they offer.

Newcastle Nature

Newcastle Nature Jesmond Dene
Newcastle Nature Jesmond Dene

Jesmond Dene

Jesmond Dene is a beautiful park in the middle of the city. There are flourishing forests, a beautiful stream with a brick bridge, and ponds to enjoy. There's a cute pet's corner with a petting zoo with goats, rabbits, ducks, and more. An Old Mill is on a nature trail around the park, which is great for photo opportunities. A must to add to your Newcastle to-do list. You can easily reach any one of these tourist-packed destinations by searching Corendon Airlines' cheap flights to Newcastle.

Newcastle Night Life

Night Life
Newcastle Night Life Nightlife
Newcastle Night Life Nightlife


Newcastle is famous for its excellent nightlife. There is an abundance of different areas depending on what suits your mood, from karaoke bars to dance clubs to normal pubs. The Newcastle nightlife scene is energetic and full of atmosphere where you can dance to your heart's content. For some upmarket and classy venues with great views of some of the iconic landmarks, head to The Quayside.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Newcastle

Is Newcastle in London?

Since 1974, Newcastle has been a part of the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear in North East England.

Where is Newcastle Airport?

Newcastle Airport lies approximately 12.4 km from the city center, at Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne NE12 8BZ.

Has Newcastle got a beach?

Newcastle sports the UK's finest beaches and most dramatic coastal scenery, with Cullercoats Beach and Whitley Bay being the most popular.

How much is the metro in Newcastle?

Currently, the cost of a single journey in the Newcastle metro is £4.30, a day ticket is £6.20, and a weekly pass is £24.40.

Newcastle flight ticket

Cheapest flight ticket Airport Flight duration Cheapest date
Antalya → Newcastle
flight ticket: 75.22 EUR
Newcastle Airport 2 hr 50 min 26 Jun 2024


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Transportation in Newcastle

Newcastle has a good and improving public transportation system. Bus, train, and metro are the major types of public transportation. There are also QuayLink buses. These link the key attractions and are a great way to explore Newcastle and the neighboring areas. The city also has a ferry and some other water transportation options. Public transportation lets you go to most attraction points and tourist destinations in Newcastle.

Accommodation in Newcastle

Newcastle hotels offer stays at excellent value for money when booked in advance. For first-time visitors, staying in the city center around Quayside is recommended. You will find easy access to many of the Newcastle tourist attractions from city center hotels. There are options from luxury hotels, mid-range hotels, and budget accommodations. There is a vast option of hotels available, some being outside of the city in the nearby towns and with good public transport on offer, these can be a good choice when hotels are in peak times. Remember to check out Corendon Airlines' hotel options to land on an accommodation suitable for your taste and preferences.

Newcastle Weather

The summers are warm and humid, while Newcastle's winters are short and cool. The temperature typically varies throughout the year from 7 Celsius to 27 Celsius degrees. While the hottest month of the year is July, the coldest is January. Make sure to check the weather in Newcastle in advance before packing for your trip.

16 C Clear Sky
TODAY May 18, Sat
  • May 19, Sun 17 Few Clouds
  • May 20, Mon 15 Overcast Clouds
  • May 21, Tue 16 Light Rain
  • May 22, Wed 15 Light Rain
  • May 23, Thu 13 Overcast Clouds

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