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Newcastle Airport is the tenth busiest in the UK and the main airport serving the Tyneside, Northumberland and Wearside areas. Europcar, of course, can be found in Newcastle Airport, ready to help with any car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is ready to accommodate any size of family or budget, while services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to help your journey from Newcastle Airport began as a simple one. Our experienced and expert staff are always there, dedicated to helping solve all your trip's transport issues.
Newcastle Airport not only provides the main transport hub for the surrounding areas, but is also a transport link for passengers from Cumbria, Yorkshire and southern Scotland. Newcastle Airport is second only to Manchester as the largest airport in the North of England, and hosts flights from London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Aberdeen, Cork, Dublin, Belfast, mainland Europe, Dubai and the US. The airport is located close to the A1(M) motorway and is 6 miles from the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, a major northern town and cultural hotspot, famous for being filled with ever-friendly Geordies.
Newcastle upon Tyne - More often called simply 'Newcastle', the city, and its surrounding townships of Sunderland, Gateshead, South Shields, and Durham, among others, personify the reputation for Northern hospitality and welcome. Once described as the UK's no. 1 tourist attraction, Newcastle's nightlife has a legendary reputation. The Bigg Market, the Quayside area and Collingwood Street - known locally as the Diamond Strip - are famous for their high concentration of bars, pubs and nightclubs, but the Central Station area, the Jesmond area and The Gate should not be overlooked either. Newcastle also boasts a huge variety of restaurants, with cuisine from almost anywhere in the world never too far away. For lovers of the performing arts, the city has a long history in theatre and music. The Theatre Royal, the Northern Stage, and the Jubilee Theatre are just a few of Newcastle's many playhouses, and there are several concert venues, like the Metro Radio Arena and Newcastle City Hall, to reinforce the city's musical heritage, having spawned acts like Sting, Bryan Ferry and Dire Straights. Football as also a major Newcastle talking point, and most inhabitants are fiercely loyal to their local team, Newcastle United, who play out of the stadium at St James' Park.
The County of Northumberland - With a low and flat landscape along the North Sea coast, that stretches dramatically up into mountainous scenery as it progresses west, Northumberland is often thought of as more like Scotland than Northern England. Reaching from Tyneside right up to the Scottish border, Northumberland features many areas of historic importance or Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit the remnants of Hadrian's 2000 year old wall, Holy Island where the monastery of