Newcastle Double Decker

The United Kingdom has made the big red double-decker bus one of its representations. Therefore, it is perfect that you tour the amazing city on the very red double-decker that the city has made its own, as you travel through all the amazing places Newcastle has to offer, there would never be a moment of boredom on your Hop On and Hop Off tour through Newcastle.

The best part about touring Newcastle on a bus is that you can travel above the basic crowd level, especially during rush hour and get a bird’s eye view the magical sights and sounds aided by informative recorded commentary by expert guides who tells you everything you need to know about your surroundings.

The Hop On and Hop off tour allows you to get on and off the bus at any stop that you like, leaving you free to explore whichever place you choose at your own pace as the bus stops at each stop after a period of every thirty for sixty minutes while you make your way through the seventeen marvellous stops on the Newcastle tour schedule. With your ticket being valid for twenty four hours after initial use, you can use this as a ticket to familiarize yourself with England’s city famous for its performing arts and contemporary visual arts.

Newcastle has a quiet elegance about the city, which it exudes due to the hard work of Victorian engineers and builders, which make Newcastle one of the most handsome cities of the United Kingdom. Constructed at the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall at the pinnacle of the industrial revolutions two centuries ago, Newcastle’s Gateshead now has Britain’s best, most evolved art centre for contemporary arts, known as BALTIC. The tour also includes stops to The Sage, The Biscuit Factory, Eldon Square, St. James Park and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

The entire itinerary of the two routes the Newcastle Hop On and Off tour visits are included as follows:

Red Route (Newcastle Gateshead Tour)

  • Central station
  • Clayton St
  • Newgate St
  • St James’s Park
  • Claremont Rd
  • Haymarket, Barras Bridge
  • Percy St
  • Blackett St
  • John Dobson St
  • Quayside, opposite Law Courts
  • Quayside, Guildhall
  • Baltic Square
  • St Mary’s Square
  • Tyne Bridge
  • Market St
  • Mosley Street
  • St Nicholas St
  • East Quayside (weekends only)

 Blue Route (Ouseburn Tour)

  • Central Station
  • Grainger Street
  • Newgate Street
  • Blackett Street
  • John Dobson Street
  • Biscuit Factory
  • Ouseburn Valley
  • Quayside opposite. Law Courts (no stopping here Sundays)
  • Quayside Guildhall (no stopping here Sundays)
  • Mosley Street
  • St Nicholas Street