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Newcastle is the largest city in North East England and situated on the River Tyne. Its strategic position played an important role during the English industrial revolution.

Developed in the 16th century, the port of Newcastle, due to its geographical position, was of considerable importance for the export of coal as well as for the construction and repair of ships.

From the port of Newcastle it is possible to reach Amsterdam by ferry with the transport service provided by the ferry company DFDS, which operates one night sailing per day, all year long. The duration of the Newcastle Amsterdam crossing is approximately 16 hours.

On board the DFDS ferries, passengers will find many services and facilities like restaurants, bars, cinemas, an arcade, a casino and discos. If you visit the Wildlife Lounge, you have a chance of seeing whales and dolphins. Ferries from Newcastle feature a wide range of cabins and passengers can choose the type of cabin according to the different needs and budgets.

The Newcastle International Ferry Terminal provides great infrastructures and can welcome up to 2000 people. Port services include shops, cafés, bars and restaurants, internet access, restrooms, automatic exchange office. The Royal Quays shopping centre is just a short walk from the harbour.

Just a few minutes walk from the Newcastle International Ferry Terminal, passengers can find a car park at their disposal. Parking is free for the first few hours. A shuttle service is available from Newcastle Railway Station to the ferry terminal.

Newcastle ferries About Newcastle

Newcastle is a dynamic metropolis with a wide range of attractions including museums, theatres, galleries, shops, pubs and clubs, and restaurants. The city is located on the North bank of the River Tyne, which gives the city its original name Newcastle upon Tyne.

Newcastle and its twin city Gateshead, on the opposite bank of the River Tyne, are the perfect mix of history and modernity, where you can see famous landmarks, have fun and relax with the whole family.

Start by visiting the Castle, symbol of the city, and the Quayside, which will offer you an interesting sight on the old port, the Great North Museum and the Discovery Museum; both cities are located near the ancient Hadrian's Wall, so you can easily explore the extraordinary Roman fortification and the nearby forts of Arbeia and Segedunum.

Marvel at the views offered by the many bridges linking Newcastle to Gateshead, including the most famous Tyne Bridge, the Swing Bridge and the futuristic Millennium Bridge.

Stroll along the River Ouseburn and immerse yourself in the famous Jesmond Dene park, where you can admire nature, fabulous waterfalls and an ancient mill.

To end the day, go to the lively areas of Pilgrim Street and Gray Street, the many bars, pubs, and restaurants will offer you excellent local cuisine as well as lots of fun.

 

How to reach the boardings

Address: International Passenger Terminal, Cobledene, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE29 6EE

GPS Coordinates: 54°59'33.1''N 1°27'10.08''W

The Newcastle Ferry Terminal is approximately 20 minutes' drive from the city and approximately 30 minutes from Newcastle International Airport. It is well served by public transport, and there is a shuttle service between the terminal and the city centre. By car, it is easily accessible from Edinburgh: arriving from the A1 you should follow the A19 and the A187 towards Royal Quays. If you are arriving from the south, take the A19 to the Tyne Tunnel and continue on the A187.

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