Saturday, September 20, 2008

Westerhope ,Newcastle Tourism Guide.

Newcastle is considered to be the ultimate art gallery city scene in the United Kingdom with many interesting spots. Newcastle has contributed immensely to the country's industrial development the region. Newcastle bridge upon the River Tyne has beautiful pictures that can only be viewed by taken a trip there.
Tyne Bridge is one of the biggest attractions of Newcastle,which is a link Newcastle to Gateshead. On 10th October 1928 this Bridge was officially opened by King George V

Victorian-era Park is another area of attraction in Newcastle built around 1800, known as Jesmond Dean Park. A well know large pack with beautiful greens and many playgrounds for old and young .
There are many things to do in Newcastle. Apart from Shopping , you can visit many works of art at University Gallery, and see photos from local and regional artists at the Side gallery. You can equally visit some other parks in Newcastle, parks like Gibside, Exhibition Park, and Leazes Park. Newcastle has different types of museums for kids and adults, which in turn offers entertainment and learning value.This parks are affordable, beautifully maintained,a good place for tourism.

Newcastle is known for abundant food and drink. For fast food visit Dene's Deli. Neon Cafe for delicious food and Brasserie, for a casual meal of fresh pastries, sandwiches.

For Lunch or dinner, go to Gusto,at Newcastle's Quayside. Taste their sea bass with orange and fennel, or their mouth-watering, fresh lobster. They also offer a wide variety of cocktails, beers, and wines .
Coming to sports and music, to cinemas and clubbing, Newcastle is the right place for you the tourist. Newcastle has entertaining place compared to London, Glasgow, and Leeds, commanding the name as the Mecca of Party in all the United Kingdom. You can go to the Metro Arena or the Newcastle Hall music.
In conclusion, Newcastle is a good place for fans of football and tourists . Most events in the city are centered around football club in Newcastle which makes it a football place. Tyne Bridge is a wonderful in architectural design a sure bet to visit.

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