Against its spectacular setting of Victorian style and industrial courage, this ferociously independent city bears a lively blend of inheritance and elegant culture, with outstanding current art galleries and an impressive concert hall, together with boutique hotels, some extraordinary restaurants and, of course, fascinating bars; Newcastle is famous round Britain for its extreme nightlife, strengthened by lively student occupants. The city maintains profound heritages, incorporated by the practical, pleasant natives. Raised and later deserted by coal and steel, Geordies (as natives are nicknamed, perhaps due to aid for George II in the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion or to miners' use of security lamps sketched by George Stephenson ? no one knows for sure) are joint through history, misfortune and that impenetrable language ? the nearest dialect to 1500-year-old Anglo-Saxon left in England. Permit at least a couple days to tour the Victorian city hub and quayside region down the Tyne and over the river in Gateshead, as well as the restored Ouseburn Valley to the east, desolate-stylish Jesmond to the north, and, on the shore, the surf beaches of Tynemouth. Book holidays to Newcastle with Hotelslog and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which include affordable flights, cheap lodging and flexible booking options. We at Hotelslog are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Newcastle is unforgettable!