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Cheap areas to stay in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Once an industrial powerhouse, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is quickly reinventing itself as the northern capital of culture and creativity. It's known for its riotous nightlife, burgeoning student population and likeable locals. Now's the perfect time to nab a weekend break in Newcastle. To keep it on the cheap, you could try one of the hotels that cluster around Chinatown, or one of the budget digs near Newcastle Castle and The Black Gate. If you'd prefer to stay a little further out from the centre, try one of the properties that line up along Osborne Road.

Cheap hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Spending a night in a budget hotel in Newcastle doesn't need to be uncomfortable. You'll find the 2 flats at the Stanton City Apartment are packed with amenities like self-service laundry, a kitchen and free parking. Then there's the Motel One Newcastle, a boutique hotel with design-led guestrooms and an onsite bar, without sky-high prices. Or you could stay at the no-frills easyHotel Newcastle, a property with private bathrooms, 24-hour front desk and flat-screen TVs mounted on the walls. Plus, it's right in the heart of the city, close to all the tourist attractions.

Where to find cheap food in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

The street food scene in Newcastle continues to grow. For cheap eats, follow the locals to Newcastle Quayside Market every Sunday to pick up bargains on wood-fired pizzas and authentic Bombay street snacks. If you're in town for a little retail therapy, you can't beat intu Shopping Centre, where you can shop till you drop and then take the weight off while you eat cheap plates of pasta and sip on barista coffee. Alternatively, you always gorge on classic Sunday roasts at one of the historic pubs that surround Haymarket Metro station.

Cheap things to do in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

So, you've scored you cheap hotel and you know where you're headed to eat. But what do you do when you arrive? Fortunately, Newcastle caters well to the budget traveller with myriad free things to do. Go walking across the Seven Bridges or the Walk of Fame, take a drive out to view the Angel of the North, or check out the free Discovery Museum. Then there's the mighty Town Moor, where you can catch spectacular views across the city skyline, or the free-petting zoo and picnic space at Jesmond Dene.

Cheap ways to get around Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Newcastle has one of the most efficient transport systems in the country. If you plan to scoot around the city a lot, one of the DaySaver passes are your best bet. The pass gives you unlimited travel for 24 hours on the metro and buses. If you're on a serious budget, getting around the city doesn't have to cost you anything. Its compact city centre makes it easy to explore by foot, though you can always score one of the bicycle rentals and take in the city from the back of 2 wheels.

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