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Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a large city in the North East of England. It is home to a world-renowned university, a Premier League football team, and the country’s favourite accent. To many people, Newcastle is the capital of the north.
Newcastle’s city centre is located just to the north of the River Tyne, across which lie several iconic bridges. While to some Newcastle is famous for its nightlife, one visit to the city will show you how it’s a place full of history. Stunning sandstone properties line the pedestrianised, central boulevards while impressive monuments can be seen around every corner. Don’t miss a visit to the beautiful cathedral or castle.
The city is home to many great cultural sites including a theatre, museums, galleries, and cinemas. Newcastle also has a fantastic central shopping area, including the Eldon Garden shopping centre, and an up-and-coming food scene. Leazes Park and its serene lake is just one of the many parks and green spaces that locals flock to on sunny days.
It has never been easier to get around Newcastle than with its efficient Metro service. Most neighbourhoods are easily accessible. It’s even just a short journey to the seaside from the city centre. Reallymoving can help you find a great value conveyancing service if you’re moving in the area.
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