Guarded by the Angel of the North, Newcastle is brimming with culture and style.
Take a stroll along the Quayside where you'll find plenty of bars and restaurants for lunch, dinner or a quick drink.
Alternatively hop across the Millennium Bridge over the River Tyne to the Gateshead side to appreciate the many exceptional performances on offer at The Sage.
For people with historical interests, a visit to Newcastle Castle, originally built in 1178, can provide you with fascinating historical facts and great views across the city.
You could also take a walk around the Great North Museum - Hancock, Newcastle's museum of natural history, where you're sure to find plenty of topics of discussion or Discovery Museum where you can see the ‘Story of Newcastle' spanning the city's history from when it was inhabited by The Romans, up to the present day.
For something a little different, Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall, a 13th century medieval friary offers an unforgettable dining experience, especially if you give their Medieval Banquet Menu a try, where you will be served traditional medieval food by costumed staff!
There are a few excellent rooftop bars - a great romantic setting for a first date, where you'll have spectacular views of the city.