London to Newcastle upon Tyne Coach Tickets
- Coaches leave London Victoria station for Newcastle upon Tyne city centre from 09:30 to 22:30.
- The quickest journey takes 5 hours 55 minutes and the slowest around 7 hours 45 minutes.
- There are around 4 coaches running daily between London and Newcastle upon Tyne.
The vibrant north-eastern City of Newcastle upon Tyne has a worldwide reputation as a party destination and you can get in on the fun with a trip from London.
The Quayside is packed with clubs and bars and Newcastle's Bigg Market is another hot spot for late night revellers looking to enjoy the legendary nightlife. But Newcastle has much more to offer than just its nightclubs, with the Discovery and Great North Museums both handily placed within the city centre, as well as the BALTIC Centre for contemporary art, the Laing and the Biscuit Factory providing many cultural pursuits.
Newcastle has a handy Metro system which can take you out for a hassle-free visit to the stunning coastline. You could also enjoy a stroll along the Tyne riverbank, admiring the bridges that span the water, such as the iconic Tyne Bridge or the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, also known as the 'Blinking Eye' which tilts to allow boats to pass under.
Newcastle is a great base for exploring further afield in the North East, such as taking in the rolling and rugged Northumbrian countryside or the miles of unspoiled beaches on the North Sea shore. There are more castles in Northumberland than any other English county, so you can take in some superb history, including the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall.
Northumberland Street is Newcastle's main shopping area and the Metrocentre in nearby Gateshead is the largest shopping mall in Europe. With a fun and friendly feel, Newcastle is the ideal destination for a break from the capital.