The historically acclaimed football club Newcastle
United has also made Newcastle a place to reckon
with on the world map and currently has stars such as
England Striker Michael Owen to its credit.
St. James Park
St. James Park, the home of Newcastle United, is open
for visitors. One can actually see the dugouts or be at
the pitch side and take a detailed view of the whole
field and the changing rooms.
The football is in the roots of Newcastle and the St.
James Park is one of the excellent stadiums in England.
While tickets are a bit hard to grab a hold of, they are
in all likelihood worth all the time and the money
spent, as the soccer society in Newcastle is one of the
best in the England.
Certainly the best of the entertainment is provided
by the Newcastle United and St. James Park. Whenever
Newcastle United football clubs play a match, all the
fans and the townspeople are involved in it. Everyone
supports the players through thick and thin.
When it comes to entertainment, there's nothing more
entertaining than the excitement of Newcastle footie,
along with the warm crowd that can appreciate the human
aspect of the athletes.
There are many places of leisure when one is looking
forward to visiting the Newcastle, as you read further
you will get to know more about them.
The City Wall is a very huge and spectacular piece of
work that protected Newcastle in the 13th century, and
even more surprising is the fact that the Wall, still
stands in some chunks today. Looking at those chunks in
real is a great experience all together.
Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum
Next on the list is the Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum.
It provides you a close look into the history of the
Romans and lets you see the ammunition and forts that
the Romans used as far back. The visit to museum will be
become all the more delightful when you will be able to
dwell into the myriads of archaeological excavations
that are being display at the museum.
The Tyne Bridge
The Tyne Bridge is such an integral part of the
Newcastle that it seems the two were never without the
other. The beauty of the bridge is so spectacular that
it has always proved to be a great crowd puller and has
been responsible for a huge chunk of tourist coming to
Newcastle who just wanted to take the bridge route.
The night life in Newcastle is also very appealing.
The public house customs is as popular here as anywhere
in England, and the aura is as elegantly dark and
polite, as it is portrayed in movies.
Food and Drink
One of the most appealing thing about the Newcastle
is the wide variance of food and drink available for the
Dene's Deli is a perfect choice for those
wishing to have it quickly and to add to it , the place
has a huge selection of menu items. For those who wish
to enjoy the meal as well as the place Neon Caf is the
perfect choice and Brasserie, comes for rescue of those
looking for a casual meal of fresh pastries, sandwiches,
and more. If an serene and poise lunch or dinner is on
your mind, then try Gusto which is
situated on Newcastle's Quayside.
fabulous sea bass with orange and fennel, or their
mouth-watering, fresh lobster. They also offer a wide
variety of cocktails, beers, and wines at their enormous
stand-alone drinking house. While at Gusto you should go
for their elevated signature drink, Mucho Gusto.
Whether its the football fans or the common tourist,
Newcastle is a great place to visit. A lot of the events
in the municipality are based around the only soccer
club in Newcastle and that makes the city more or less a
footie crazy hole. The Tyne Bridge is also an amazing
structure to look at, it is a admirable feat in
architecture and has always attracted fans of such
erections and common tourist alike.