Come on a fun and social walking tour of Newcastle East. Newcastle Afoot’s ‘Eat and Drink Newcastle History’ walk is a 3 hour local experience where you will be introduced to 3 inner-city bars. You will learn the stories of the city’s boozy history and enjoy complimentary seasonal tapas along the way! You will also get specialty drink recommendations at each venue so you can purchase something special.
This Luxury Private Shore Excursion picks you up from Newcastle Cruise Terminal or Accommodation and takes you beyond the usual tourist destinations to visit the beautiful coastal beaches and landmarks. The tour is fully inclusive of all attraction entry fee's - all you have to do is relax and enjoy the luxury of private touring with your own professional, friendly local driver / guide! • Take in the Spectacular scenery of Newcastle the former 'Steel City' • Stop at the historic Nobbys Head Lighthouse • Visit the historic Fort Scratchley a fortress built to defend the city against possible attacks from the Russian Military • Discover many of the attractions of Newcastle region • We guarantee to have you back at you cruise ship on time after enjoying a wonderful day ashore!
Starting as a Roman fort and growing to become one of the major cities of the Industrial Revolution, Newcastle has a fantastic story to tell. You’ll hear all the best bits on this three-hour guided walk of Newcastle, while visiting many of the city’s most significant sites. We’ll take you inside the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas and then Newcastle’s Castle – both parts of the historic core of the city. Built in 1080 by one of the sons of William the Conqueror, Newcastle’s castle has defended against Scottish attacks, including a failed assault by William Wallace (of Braveheart fame). St. Nicholas Cathedral church is first mentioned in 1092 and developed as the primary parish in Newcastle. This tour is a great way to immerse yourself in the history and sights of Newcastle, to discover how the city has changed the world.Please contact us for details of solo traveler bookings. What 3 Words starting location: ///rotate.angel.monks
Experience the city of Newcastle in a new light - gone are the days of industry & depression - the city today is one of the most fascinating, culturally active and inspiring cities in the country. Discover its past, present and future on this discovery walking tour!
Hadrian’s Wall, a UNESCO world heritage site, marks the frontier of the Roman Empire. The frontier extended for 80 Roman miles and covered many landscapes. On this half-day tour, we’ll focus on the fort at the east end of the wall: Segedunum. The fort is home to fantastic reconstructions of the Roman way of life, allowing you to learn up-close about this fantastic, ruthless yet creative culture that conquered much of the known world. We will start the tour at the fort of Segedunum - now called Wallsend. Following this we’ll go to the Great North Museum in Newcastle, which has one of the largest collections of Roman artefacts in the North of Britain. This tour is great for those who love history and wish to discover more about the Romans in urban Newcastle and Tyneside. Please contact us for details of solo traveler bookings. What 3 Words starting location: ///rocky.move.wide
Follow in the footsteps of Detective Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope as you explore the filming locations of the hit TV show, Vera. Take a 4-hour guided coach tour through shooting locations such as Newcastle, Gateshead, North Shields and Whitley Bay.
Dieser 1,5-stündige Spaziergang durch Newcastle upon Tyne entführt Sie in die etwas zwielichtigere Vergangenheit der Stadt. Ihr Reiseleiter zeigt Ihnen, unter welche rauen Bedingungen die Menschen früher lebten. Erfahren Sie, wie sich die lokale Einstellungen zu Recht und Ordnung im Laufe der Zeit geändert haben, während Sie einen Spaziergang entlang Dean Street, Quayside und High Bridge Street zum Castle Keep und Bigg Market machen. Bitte beachten Sie: Diese Tour ist keine Gruseltour und beinhaltet keine paranormalen Aktivitäten.
Immerse yourself in Newcastle’s rich past and handsome architecture on a two-hour walking tour of its historical highlights. Learn about the city’s Roman, Norman and mercantile history. Admire Grey’s Monument, Grey Street and the Castle Keep. Hear about the Victorian entrepreneurs who made Newcastle a powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution. And take in the revamped Quayside, where cutting-edge venues overlook the River Tyne. Every step of the way, you’ll absorb the city’s vibrant atmosphere, rooted in the famously friendly natures of the ‘Geordie’ locals. What 3 Words starting location: ///rotate.angel.monks