Whether you are planning a trip to the city of Newcastle to see the Tyne Bridge, shop up a storm in the city's top shops and see the iconic window display at Fenwick’s store or take a step back into history by checking out the ancient tunnels that flow under the city walls, we can get you there. With Newcastle International Airport being just a 10 minute drive from the city centre or 30 minutes by train to Monument Metro Station you can be in the city quickly and easily for your visit.
Visiting the beautiful region around of Northumberland around Newcastle is easy with cheap car rental from CheapTickets.co.th. Pick up a rental car from just $35 per day and explore the surrounding area. Just 37 miles away is historic Alnwick Castle, brought to fame by being featured in blockbuster movies including Harry Potter, Elizabeth and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves as well as Downtown Abbey. The castle is open from April- October. Step back in history to explore the history of Hadrian’s Wall, dating back to 112 AD visiting remains at Birdoswald Roman Fort or Housesteads Roman Fort and Museum. Stay in the quaint town of Haltwhistle and enjoy some British fare at one of the local pubs.
Further south but only 1.5 hours drive from Newcastle airport you will arrive at the Lake District, England’s largest National park and home to Scafell Pike, its highest mountain. Stay in the heart of heart of the lakes in Keswick or Bowness-on-Windermere and get on the water or take scenic walks along the banks of Ullswater, Windermere and Coniston Water, the iconic lakes of the park.
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Approximate Air Distance: 6755 miles / 10871 km
Major Airlines: Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qantas Airways, British Airways, Air France , Lufthansa German Airlines, SWISS, Finn Airways etc. All the mentioned airlines have one or two stop flights from Thailand to Birmingham
Major Airports: from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) or Don Muang International Airport (DMK) / Arrival at Newcastle International Airport (NCL)
Major Tourism Spots: The Tyne Bridge, Victoria Tunnel, The Quayside, Jesmond Dene Park, Grey Street, St James Park, The Discovery Museum, St Nicholas’s Cathedral, Theatre Royal, Grainger Market.