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NEWCASTLE UPON TYNENewcastle upon Tyne is a dynamic commercial, cultural, social, educational center. Many of its historic properties have been retained, and Newcastle upon Tyne retains a cosmopolitan mix of fine Georgian, Victorian and modern properties. Newcastle upon Tyne was at the international forefront of 19th century industrial innovation, as is well displayed at the Discovery Museum. This legacy is being carried on within the stimulating Life Interactive Museum. At the forefront of technical innovation, leisure and culture, Newcastle upon Tyne is rapidly becoming one of the top UK destinations for short breaks, not just a world renowned "Party City", but a city that welcomes everyone with a sense of celebration of life.Newcastle upon Tyne buzzes with excitement. The Newcastle upon Tyne Quayside, boasts world class hotels such as the Malmasion Copthorn and forthcoming Tyneside Hilton, designer bars, restaurants, nightclubs and public art. Gatesheads gracious new Millennium Bridge, spans across the River Tyne to link the City of Newcastle upon Tyne to the Gateshead Quays. A fine quality of residential homes and properties is also available. The City's elegant Victorian heart, Graingertown, is renewing its reputation as a thriving cosmopolitan village, with cafés and bars now extending onto the streets and top fashion stores.
Newcastle upon Tyne has a cosmopolitan choice and blend of shops, benefiting from some of Britain's best City Center shopping facilities and incorporates city centre flats, apartments and town houses. This impressive choice of shops within the compact City is without equal outside London. Likewise on dining out, Newcastle upon Tyne has a wide abundance of choice. The sophistication of the Bar-Luga Brasserie situated on the ornate Grey Street (which was designed by Nash in the similar style to Londons Regent Street), the Indian Sachins, the Fisherman's Lodge and the richness of Chinatown, can be matched with the lively coffee and New Orleans style sandwich shops such as Blakes.
Newcastle upon Tyne has recently been internationally voted as one of the worlds "Top 10 Cities" for nightlife. The Newcastle upon Tyne Quayside is crammed with designer bars and clubs, the famous floating Tuxedo Royale, and the latest nightspots Sea, and BaHa Beach Club. Traditional pubs like the Crown Posada, The Bridge, The George and The Tyne still serve a perfect pint of real ale to those who prefer.
Newcastle upon Tyne and Tyneside extrude a rich regional vitality. The city of Newcastle upon Tyne is the main regional focus for drama, music, comedy and the arts, with its own orchestra (Northern Sinfonia), which together with five theatres, one can savoir performances by local and national touring companies such as Scottish Opera and the Royal Shakespeare Company. The majestic Theatre Royal is not to be missed, likewise with the forthcoming Baltic Center for Contemporary Art on the Gateshead side of the Millenium Bridge. The Telewest Arena, the City Hall and the Sage, all play host to major classical artists and pop and rock concerts. The Laing Art Gallery, Hancock Museum together with Newcastle upon Tynes two University galleries host exhibitions of international importance. No reference to Newcastle would be complete without mention of the ancestral home of every Geordie - St.James Park where Newcastle United play both Premier and European league soccer.