How to find cheap flights to Newcastle
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Cheap flights to Newcastle arrive at Newcastle International Airport (NCL), located 9.3 km northwest of the city center. The metro runs every 12 minutes between, and it will take you to Haymarket, Monument or Central Station from the airport within 25 minutes. A single ticket from the airport (zone C) to zone A costs £3.10. There are several bus lines that also serve the airport. If you can get used to driving on the right side, you can rent a car. Compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Newcastle?
The busiest and most crowded months are July and August. For visitors from Israel, it might seem more like the Israeli winter, but the average temperatures for the Newcastle style summer are around 18 degrees. The shoulders of the season are pleasant, 15-16 degrees in June and September. The average temperatures for December-February are 6-7 during the day, and 1-3 at night.
What to see and do in Newcastle?
If you are looking for a new destination for a vibrant vacation - you’ve reached the right city. It may not be as sexy as London or well-marketed as Manchester, but Newcastle has a lot to offer for its tourists.
In this trendy city, you will find friendly locals that will make all efforts to ensure a great atmosphere. Explore the elegant side of this town during the day, visit one of its many galleries and its magnificent concert hall. Enjoy the mix of modern architecture and the traditional shipyards and bridges, a reminder of its days as the biggest coal exporting city in the world.
After a day of walking and exploring, grab something to eat in one of Newcastle’s restaurant, before you head to the bars and clubs. You will here down-to-earth, hard-working and fun-loving locals. Have we peaked your interest? Don’t forget to book affordable accommodation. Compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels.
This information is correct as of November 2017
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