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Newcastle Christmas Markets 2018
There’s nothing more festive in the run up to Christmas than warming your hands around a mug of mulled wine and browsing the stalls of a Christmas market.
16.11. – 16.12.2018
Grey’s Monument, Grey Street and Grainger Street
A market which brings a true continental feel to the City of Newcastle.
While the rest of the world is ticking iPods and Wiis off their list, you can get back to the cosy feeling of handmade foods and special one-off gifts for your family and friends.
The Continental Market gives us gourmet ingredients and a very real taste of Europe. You can get a currywurst from Germany, waffles fromHolland, paella from Spainand crepes – both sweet and savoury from France.
Grey’s Monument, Grey Street, Grainger Street and Old Eldon Square.
The Christmas Market welcomes stall holders from closer to home. There are beers from local microbreweries, home-made jams, delicious cakes and handmade chocolates. And once you’ve bought something scrumptious to eat, you can find special gifts such as scarves, leather bags, hand thrown pottery, woolly hats and jewellery. And you know if it’s at our Christmas Market it’s going to be that little bit more special.
Don’t forget the Grainger Market is also open during the Christmas period.
The Grade 1 Listed Grainger Market is situated in the heart of Newcastle City Centre, close to the Monument Metro Station. Great value and variety all year round, but Christmas shopping in the Markets means a friendly, fun atmosphere and something for all ages and pockets. This popular traditional indoor Market provides a great diversity of goods and a unique shopping experience with a good range of traders bringing a traditional Christmas flavour to your celebrations. Traders selling specialist coffee, world cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, turkeys, jam puddings and delicious cakes as well as a variety of gifts, jewellery and fashionwear.
Fairtrade and Arts and Craft Market – Grainger Market Events Space
Newcastle international airport is situated 11 km north-west of the city, in the suburban district of Ponteland.
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Newcastle is served by highways A1 (connections to Edinburgh and London), A19 (to York), A69 (to Carlisle), A167 ( to Gateshead, Durham and Darlington).
Newcastle Central station was built in 1850 and it is situated along the East Coast Main line and Cross Country Route.
From the nearby port of North Shields there are several ferries to and from Amsterdam, Kristiansand, Gothenburg, Stavanger, Haugesund and Bergen.
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