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Newcastle upon Tyne has some great museums, monuments, and shopping to offer travelers visiting the United Kingdom. It's really worth staying over in Newcastle upon Tyne for at least a few days if you're traveling through the United Kingdom's England region. Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the United Kingdom's more popular travel destinations, and travelers usually go there to see the Metro Centre and Farne Islands. There's a lot more to check out in Newcastle upon Tyne, so be sure to look around the Newcastle upon Tyne travel guide for more great things to see and do.
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is a city in Tyne and Wear, England. It is located along the north bank of the River Tyne and was formerly the country town of Norththumberland. Newcastle has a reputation for being a fun-loving city with many bars, restaurants and nightclubs. More recently, Newcastle has become popular as a destination for Stag and Hen parties. Newcastle was in the top ten of the country's top night spots. The city contains many theatres. The largest, the Theatre Royal on Grey Street, first opened in 1837. It has hosted a season of performances from the Royal Shakespeare Company for over 25 years, as well as touring productions of West End musicals.
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At the bottom of Grainger Street is the most amazing church in Newcastle, there has been a church on the site since the 1100's.  Its so quiet and peacefull inside, a little oasis of calm in the hussle and bussle of a busy city centre. The church is called St John the Baptist, the church is open until about 3pm everyday and there is always someone there who can give you some interesting bits of information about the history of the church and the famous people associated with it.  There is tea, coffee and homemade refreshments available every Saturday morning from 10am-12 noon (cheapest in town).  If you get the chance check it out :)
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"Party Capital of europe" is completely right, wether its the big market or in the center or maybe at a push, tynemouth, theres always somewhere to go or something to do, and if you want a family day out, your never more than a 10 minute drive from 3 or 4 beaches, 2 cinemas, great theatre, a FANTASTIC football stadium or a bustling  shopping province... even a great china town with loads of chinese resteraunts and shops
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