You don’t want to waste valuable party time worrying about hen do transfers, or trying to figure out Google Maps. We’re here to offer help and advice for planning your hen party transport in Newcastle and how to navigate your way around the 'Toon'.
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Newcastle Airport is situated about 6 miles from the city centre. Flights operate all year round from most of the UK airports. www.flybe.com operates from Belfast, Exeter, Gatwick and Southampton. www.easternairways.com flies in from Aberdeen, Birmingham, Cardiff, and Southampton. www.easyjet.com operates from Bristol, Stansted and Belfast. Once at the airport travel into Newcastle city centre can be by taxi from the rank outside the main terminal (which takes about 15 minutes) or by Metro, which runs every 7 minutes and takes about 23 minutes to get to Newcastle Central Station. Once in Newcastle you won’t need a car as everything is within walking distance. Call our Team on 01992 655580 and we can help sort flights.
Newcastle is very well connected to the rest of the UK. National Express East Coast Trains is the speedy route from London Kings Cross, Peterborough, York and from the north – Glasgow and Edinburgh. Aberdeen and Inverness also have direct trains on this line too. First Trans Pennine Express serves York, Liverpool and Hull and Cross Country Trains basically links Newcastle with the rest of the country. You can travel from Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol, Plymouth, Brighton and Reading on this route for your Newcastle hen weekend.
Driving to Newcastle is also a breeze. The A1 from the south and the north are vastly improved stretches of dual carriageway and motorway and the scenery is superb. The A19 is the choice of road if you are coming from York or Doncaster region and from the west of the UK take the A69 across the breadth of the country. If you are driving from anywhere south of Newcastle you will have the pleasure of seeing the Angel of the North, with its arms outstretched welcoming you to Newcastle.
There are Metro stations in the heart of Newcastle city centre (Monument and Haymarket), at Newcastle Central Station and Gateshead town centre. Fast, efficient way to get you ladies around the city.
You can also hail a cab from all over Newcastle. You’ll always be able to pick up a cab, if not, try Uber. Book a taxi directly from the app on your smart phone and load it with your debit/credit card. You won’t need to worry about cash as it will pay the cabbie automatically, split the fare with your friends, but you all must be signed up to Uber to do this.
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