North East Travel Guide

April 24, 2016

For Historians and sightseers
For a history freak like myself, the North East of England has so much to offer. There is so much heritage and history within the North East borders just waiting to be explored. Here are some of my favourite recommendations.
Durham Cathedral (Durham)

Bamburgh Castle (Northumberland)

The Angel of the North (Gateshead)

Beamish Museum (Beamish)

Cragside House and Gardens (Northumberland)

Alnwick Castle (Northumberland)

For shoppers
Everybody loves a bit of shopping now and then, especially if you have the money to spend and my favourite place to go and say goodbye to leftover christmas and birthday money is definitely two of Newcastle's most famous shopping centres.
Eldon Square (Newcastle)

The Metro Centre (Newcastle)

For walkers
Nothing beats the North countryside as there is so much land to explore and wildlife to see. It never gets boring.
Hadrian's Wall

The North East Countryside

For those who love the seaside
Going to the seaside is a fantastic thing to do if you're planning a day out with you're friends or family. There is so much to do at seaside resorts now so you are never stuck with nothing to do. Here are two of my favourites. I also really, really love Whitby and Scarborough but since they are located in Yorkshire which is technically not classed as the North-East, I didn't think it would be appropriate to put into this travel guide.
Redcar Beach (Redcar)

Saltburn by the Sea (Redcar and Cleveland)

For animal lovers
Theres always that one animal lover and I couldn't leave you out could I? I have never been to this farm myself but it looks absolutely incredible online with some really fantastic reviews. I mean just look at that photo, it looks like they're on a farm safari ride.
Hall Hill Farm (Durham)

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