- 1 How far is Newcastle from Cardiff?
- 2 Is Newcastle worth visiting?
- 3 How far is Wales from Newcastle?
- 4 Can I travel to Newcastle from Cardiff?
- 5 Is Newcastle upon Tyne in Wales?
- 6 How far is North Wales from Newcastle upon Tyne?
- 7 Is Newcastle a nice city?
- 8 Is Newcastle a good holiday?
- 9 Why is Newcastle the best?
- 10 Can I travel from Newcastle to Wales?
- 11 Can you fly from Newcastle to Cardiff?
- 12 How do I get from Newcastle to Wales?
How far is Newcastle from Cardiff?
Newcastle to Cardiff Central by train
|Journey time||From 5h 0m|
|Distance||250 miles (402 km)|
|Frequency||53 trains per day|
|Arrival station||Cardiff Central|
Is Newcastle worth visiting?
Newcastle has iconic sights, striking architecture and is a beautiful city. If you visit Newcastle, you really must visit the Quayside to see the seven bridges across the River Tyne including Tyne Bridge, Swing Bridge and the fondly dubbed “blinking eye” – Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
How far is Wales from Newcastle?
Newcastle upon Tyne to Wales Train Information
|Avg. Train Duration||3 hours 49 minutes|
|Trains depart from:||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Trains arrive in:||Wales|
|Train Companies:||London North Eastern Railway, Northern Rail|
Can I travel to Newcastle from Cardiff?
You can get from Cardiff to Newcastle upon Tyne by train, bus or flight.
Is Newcastle upon Tyne in Wales?
Newcastle upon Tyne, a city and metropolitan borough in Tyne and Wear, England, UK. Newcastle, New South Wales, a metropolitan area in Australia, named after Newcastle upon Tyne.
How far is North Wales from Newcastle upon Tyne?
The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Wales and Newcastle upon Tyne is 347 km= 216 miles. Wales Distances to Cities.
|Distance from Wales to Newcastle Upon Tyne||347 km|
|Distance from Wales to Oxford||179 km|
Is Newcastle a nice city?
Newcastle is a fantastic city. It’s much cheaper than any similar places down south, the people are friendlier (the friendly geordie stereotype is even more true than I thought possible) and there’s as many bars, nightclubs and shops as you could desire! Newcastle is a great town to live in if you have money.
Is Newcastle a good holiday?
Port Stephens, 45 minutes north of Newcastle is a stunning holiday spot. As well as 26 beaches and bays ideal for a swim or surf and the enormous Stockton sand dunes, there’s an abundance of marine life.
Why is Newcastle the best?
Big7 Travel said: “ Newcastle takes top spot thanks to its lively locals, engaging social scene and ease of access for first time visitors. It’s family-friendly and safe, with heaps of culture and makes visitors soon feel like locals.
Can I travel from Newcastle to Wales?
There are no direct flights from Newcastle to Wales, but Cheapflights can provide you with all the information you need to find the fastest route with the fewest stops.
Can you fly from Newcastle to Cardiff?
Direct flights from Newcastle to Cardiff take 1 hour 30 minutes. Most flights are non-stop.
How do I get from Newcastle to Wales?
The best way to get from Newcastle upon Tyne to Wales is to train which takes 5h 36m and costs £140 – £440. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs £25 – £45 and takes 9h 55m.