It's an industrial city
[Scenery] Generally speaking, the scenery here is ordinary in British cities, because it is regarded as a northern city.
[Fun] Not much history
[Value for money] Consumption is very reasonable
Newcastle’s first impression is: a lot of bridges, a lot of bridges, a lot of bridges...A Tyne River has four densely built bridges within a distance of less than one kilometer. I wonder if this is the best in the world? The westernmost High Level Bridge was built in 1849 and was the first road and railway bridge in the world. Slightly east is the Swing Bridge, almost lying on the river. The fun thing is that the bridge can rotate: with the center point as the axis, it rotates from the normal state perpendicular to the river bank to parallel to the river bank, which is convenient for ships to pass. Further east is Tyne Bridge, the sign of Newcastle. This bridge is very similar to the Sydney Bridge, and was actually built by the same company, Dorman Long of Middlesbrough. To the east is the Millennium Bridge, which was completed in 2002. This bridge is also particularly beautiful, and the bridge deck can be pulled up like an eye, so it is also called Blinking Bridge. The New Year’s fireworks are also held here. The bars are already full before 8pm. Everyone wears flowers and displays. The girls are not afraid of the cold, open their chests, and even wear evening dresses and naked. Legs, underneath the mat, people are all on the street in the middle of the night, looking at their down jacket and big scarf, I don’t know who has the nerve problem... This city is glorious, run-down, good and bad. But most importantly, there is history and life. This is a city that needs to be carefully observed and felt. This is a leisurely place. Although it is known as the sixth largest city in the UK, it is comfortable and enjoyable. It is a passionate place. Although it is located in the north, it is a place of pride. It is also a deep place. Even if the glory of the northern industrial town is faded, But from the Romans building the castle to Robert II building the new castle, after hundreds of years of love and killing in England and Scotland, everything that the city has deposited will last forever even if the wind is raging.
Tyneville, the largest city in the northeast of England, the capital city is not big, the city center is even smaller. Chinese students also call it New Village. The football team here is Newcastle United’s home win against James Park Stadium. It can seat 60,000 people in the city center. The spectacular subway ticket is very cheap at £5
Very wild, very direct city. With the simplicity of the northerners, the locals call themselves this area as toon. With a strong sense of superiority in the heart, the roughness of a man, it is very attractive to the girls in the south, and the English with a strong accent, can it be all high scores. There are also some nice street scenes, such as Millennium Bridge and Whitlybay.
Once the British shipbuilding center, the most important city in Tyne and Wear in northeastern England. With the decline of industry, this city also looks lifeless, but still can see the glorious past. The city center is relatively prosperous. Those who like football must know that Newcastle United can Take a look at St James' Park