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Newcastle upon Tyne, also known as Newcastle, is one of the largest cities in England located in Tyne and Wear. Situated North of the River Tyne it used to be known as the county town of Northumberland. There are many sites to see in the city of Newcastle such as the Tyne Bridge, the Discovery Museum and St James Park, the famous football ground.
Newcastle upon Tyne is a true regional capital that clings to the north bank of the River Tyne that hosts seven city bridges. The most famous of these bridges is perhaps the great arched suspension bridge that carries the A1. Along the banks of the river, the Quayside has seen many transformations over the last decade and is a thriving hotspot from day to night. With cultural venues, markets, pubs, restaurants and clubs - not to mention the marvel of all seven bridges crossing the Tyne - the area offers something for everyone.