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The Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne

Categories: Neighborhoods, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Explore the city’s dynamic The Quayside, which offers a wide range of entertainment options for visitors from around the globe. Once a busy industrial zone, this part of the city has been heavily redeveloped and now serves as the center of art and culture. Featuring dozens of popular restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, this bustling district also includes the BALTIC Center for Contemporary Art and the Sage Gateshead conference center. Two of the area’s most iconic features are the pedestrian Gateshead Millennium Bridge, opened in 2001, and the Tyne Bridge, ranked as the tenth tallest structure in the city. Use the convenient QuayLink bus service, operating 7 days a week, to discover the neighborhood’s main attractions and some of its finest pubs. Arrange to visit The Quayside and other attractions in Newcastle upon Tyne using our Newcastle upon Tyne itinerary builder.
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  • The quayside is located down from the city center, with memorable places including the Baltic and the Sage, amongst the bars, restaurants and hotels it provides to the citizens of Newcastle as well as...  read more »
  • The Quayside is a must for every visitor. The bridges are really impressing and they are all different. There are many bars and restaurants where you can stop for a while. Also, check out the opening ...  read more »
  • We had a couple of hours to pass before our train so got a taxi to drop us at the quayside where we wondered about enjoying the view and relaxing with a cuppa just watching the world go by. Lots of Po...  read more »
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