Visit The Northeast!

North East England covers Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear, and the Tees Valley

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There are only three cities in the region; the largest city in the region is Newcastle upon Tyne with a population of around 280,000, followed by Sunderland, both of which are located in Tyne and Wear. The city of Durham is the county town of County Durham. Other large settlements in the region include Darlington; Gateshead; Hartlepool; Middlesbrough; South Shields; Stockton-On-Tees and Washington.

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There are plenty of places to visit in the North east, Take a trip down memory lane at the stunning Beamish open air museum in Durham or just further north visit the fantastic Angel of the North just next to the A1.

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The very up to the minute city of Newcastle upon Tyne is a wonderful city to spend some time in with plenty to do and see, Fantastic pubs , clubs, Restaurants and shopping centres along with Museums, attractions and an easy to use Metro trains system so you can go anywhere and see anything.

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Keep heading north for the picturesque market town of Morpeth, and why not visit the beautiful white sand beaches all along the Northumberland coast, little places like Embleton and Sea Houses for the best beaches in the UK.

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Then you have Bamburgh Castle, Spanning nine acres of land on its rocky plateau high above the Northumberland coastline Bamburgh is one of the largest inhabited castles in the country.

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The region contains the urban centres of Tyneside, Wearside and Teesside, and is noted for the rich natural beauty of its coastline, Northumberland National Park, and the section of the Pennines that includes Teesdale and Weardale. Its historic importance is very visible by Northumberland’s ancient castles, the two World Heritage Sites of Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle, and Hadrian’s Wall. In fact Roman archaeology can be found widely across the region and a special exhibitions based around the Roman Fort of Segedunum at Wallsend[2] and the other forts along Hadrian’s Wall are supplemented by the numerous artifacts that are displayed in the Great North Museum Hancock

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