Whether you're visiting Tyne and Wear for business or pleasure, there are several ways you can travel around the region with ease. Here's how to get around starting from the places most people arrive at.
Serving as both a regional and national rail hub, Newcastle Central Station is at the heart of the city and the region. At Central Station, you can join the Tyne and Wear Metro system without having to leave the station. Many bus services also leave from right outside the station. The station also has a regional rail platform.
Newcastle International Airport
If you’re returning from holiday or it's just beginning, there are easy access travel options from Newcastle Airport. Serving as a terminus of the green line Metro, you can also take a bus direct from the airport to Newcastle City Centre.
Newcastle coach station
Newcastle coach station is on St James' Boulevard, which is just a 5 minute walk from Central Station, giving access to the Metro system, local and regional buses and trains.
Park Lane Interchange, Sunderland
Sunderland’s national bus and coach hub has both a Metro station and many local and regional bus services operating from the site.
International Ferry Terminal
Serving as the landing for DFDS Seaways voyages between Newcastle and Amsterdam, the International Ferry Terminal is served by two bus services. The DFDS bus takes passengers to Newcastle city centre, whilst Route 19 connects with the Metro system, the Shields Ferry and bus services at North Shields town centre.