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Getting There - Newcastle


how to get to newcastle

Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a vibrant city located on the North-eastern coast of the UK. Newcastle is reachable by road, rail and air.


Newcastles coach station is located on St James' Boulevard in the city centre.Travelling by coach to Newcastle for your party weekend couldn't be easier with coaches regularly travelling to Newcastle from many UK towns and cities.


From the South and Midlands – Take the M1 / A1
From the East – Take the M6
From the West or North-west – Take the A69

See the approximate distance and length of car journey below

Distance Time
Birmingham 206 Miles 3 Hours & 30 Minutes
Manchester 245 Miles 2 Hours & 35 Minutes
London 285 Miles 4 Hours & 55 Minutes
Leeds 100 Miles 1 Hour & 50 Minutes
Nottingham 150 Miles 2 Hours & 50 Minutes
Glasgow 150 Miles 2 Hours & 50 Minutes
Cardiff 325 Miles 5 Hours & 25 Minutes


Newcastle train station is located in the city centre.

See the approximate length of train journey below

Birmingham 3 Hours & 30 Minutes
Manchester 2 Hours & 40 Minutes
London 3 Hours & 20 Minutes
Leeds 1 Hour & 30 Minutes
Nottingham 3 Hours
Glasgow 3 Hours
Cardiff 6 Hours


If you're travelling to Newcastle by air you will need to fly to Newcastle International Airport (NCL)

Tip for travelling

Groups of 3 or more people travelling together are often eligible for group travel discounts when travelling by train or coach. Please check with your provider prior to booking your tickets separately.

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