Newcastle airport is surrounded by beautiful countryside and some of the prettiest market towns in the country. Listed below are a few places which you may wish to visit on your way to the airport to break up your journey or if you intend using a Newcastle airport hotels with parking deal. Failing that choose from great value Newcastle airport parking from Flypark.
Places to Visit
Berwick upon Tweed
England’s most northerly town sits midway between Edinburgh and Newcastle and is dramatically perched at the mouth of the River Tweed.
This traditional market town stands in open countryside on the River Wansbeck, midway between Newcastle-upon Tyne and the Scottish Borders
The historic market town of Guisborough is billed as the gateway to the North Yorkshire Moors
A typical market town in the border county of Northumbeland being especially popular with those wishing to explore Roman heritage and natural scenery.
Is a gem of a town situated near major tourist attractions like Hadrian’s Wall and Kielder Water plus the town itself is a wonderful place to visit and has its own racecourse.
Wear Valley comprises the valley of the River Wear from its source in Wearhead through the delightful Dales villages to the major town of Bishop Auckland.
Barnard Castle and Middleton-in-Teesdale are market towns in Teesdale, County Durham. Both are beautiful and unspoiled and have a host of attractions for all the family to enjoy.
Situated on the Northumberland coast is the prefect base to explore this magnificent part of England with miles of beaches all the way to Bamburgh.
Alnwick lies in the heart of Northumberland. Famous for its castle, gardens and the UK’s biggest second hand book shop.
The castle town of Prudhoe is the gateway to the green and pleasant land of Tynedale.
The small fishing port of Amble sits at the mouth of the River Coquet, an area of outstanding natural beauty.