Situated in the North East of England, Newcastle has excellent transport links with major UK and international cities.
Newcastle has direct connections to cities like London, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Dubai, with numerous low-cost carriers connecting to various other European cities.
Newcastle is easy to get to by:
- air - Newcastle International Airport is only seven miles from the city centre (with direct Metro rail access to the University)
- rail - Newcastle is about three hours from London
- road - the A1(M) and A69 pass close to the city centre
- bus - the main coach station is in the city centre
- sea - ferries run from nearby North Shields to the Netherlands
Newcastle is a compact city so it's easy to cycle or walk around. The Metro rail network offers fast, efficient travel around the city and Tyneside.
Maps of the city and campus are available at this link (PDF).
The University provides information on travelling to Newcastle.
Maps and travel advice is also available from NewcastleGateshead.