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Newcastle is known for it’s friendly locals, and it’s a welcoming city as well as a bubbling one. The student population injects a lively nightlife into the proceedings, but it’s also a great city for shopping, sightseeing, and venturing to places like Durham and Whitley Bay.

City Centre

Newcastle has a huge city centre, which is usually divided into Haymarket, the shopping district, The Gate, Times Square, St James’ Park, and Leazes Park. Depending on what accommodation you’re looking for, different areas can be more appropriate. There are budget hotels and hostels placed around central station, perfect if you’re travelling here for a night out or to see University contacts. Times Square is home to Life Centre Science Museum & Digital Newcastle, but it’s probably better known for it’s happy LGBC community and the late night bars in the area. Football fans should opt for the budget options round James Park, whereas if you’re visiting one of the universities Haymarket is close to both the Newcastle and Northumbria.


Many students choose to live in Jesmond thanks to its low cost of living, café culture and plentiful happy hours. It’s generally a pretty happy residential neighbourhood, with a variety of budget hotels and cosy B&B’s to relax in.


Quayside has just as much going on at night as the city centre, but it’s seen as the classier, more picturesque of the two. The budget hotels are very popular with Stag and Hen parties, whereas the luxe hotels attract couples, families and business travellers. Restaurants and bars line the riverside, so you can relax in style here.


Ouseburn used to be an industrial area, but of late it’s become an alternative neighbourhood for young professionals and students. There are pubs to hide away in, and music venues and art studios far off the beaten path. There are a few boutique hotels that match the alternative vibe here, excellent for a cultural city break in Newcastle.