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Budget Car Hire Newcastle

Car hire Newcastle

Keep on the move in and around Newcastle with a cheap car hire. Getting around Newcastle is easy if you rent a car that gives you the freedom to discover this northern city, one of the United Kingdom's best known cities for art and culture, located near England's north east coast.

 

Rent a car in Newcastle

George Street, Newcastle

7 George Street
Newcastle
NE4 7JL

Tel: 03445446135

Opening hours

sunday:
Closed
monday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
tuesday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
wednesday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
thursday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
friday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
saturday:
08:00 - 15:00 Hrs

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Explore Newcastle with Budget Car Hire

Car hire in Newcastle, Northumbria and beyond

Exploring Newcastle upon Tyne, and the nearby Northumberland coast is best done by car. The picturesque coastline and gentle winding roads are a driver's delight and car hire from Budget can make your stay in Newcastle an enjoyable and memorable one.

Considered the North East's capital city, Newcastle has been transformed from a centre of industry and commerce to one of the country's modern hubs for culture and nightlife.  This transformation came at a time when Newcastle's shipbuilding and coal industries declined.  The city retains much of its old charm, and you’ll find yourself lost in its fascinating history and culture

Car rental Newcastle

The city's excellent network of roads makes it ideal for seeing the sights in and around the city in a hire car.

Drive by the River Tyne and see two of Newcastle's architectural landmarks that are a reminder of the old and new faces of the city. The Tyne Bridge was opened in 1928, while the Millennium Bridge has the distinction of being the world's first tilting bridge, and links Gateshead's Quays arts quarter on the south bank, and the Quayside of Newcastle upon Tyne on the north bank.

Newcastle’s chief attractions include The Norman Castle and the towering spires of The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas. The Cathedral's crown spire towers nearly 200 ft. from the base and is an impressive and imposing structure.

The historic centre of the city is Grainger Town, an area that expanded rapidly during the Victorian era and includes Grainger Market, Theatre Royal, Grey Street, Grainger Street and Clayton Street.

For shopping, Eldon Square and Metrocentre offer some of the largest indoor and outdoor retail stores in England.

If you are a soccer fan, drive to the mecca of Newcastle sports, the majestic St James' Park - home to Newcastle United Football Club.

The nightlife of Newcastle

The city is famed for its legendary nightlife and is an experience that should not be missed. The Newcastle pub experience is not complete without visiting The Crown Posada, one of the most famous pubs in Newcastle and the second oldest in the city.

Sage Gateshead is a centre where musicians and artists converge to celebrate art, music and culture.  Enjoy a gig, classical performance, a class, or just grab a bite to eat athe t Sir Michael Straker Café, located within this iconic building in Newcastle’s neighbour city.

Activities outside the city

If you would like to enjoy the great outdoors at the coast, the village of Seahouses, which is within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offers a wide variety of activities including angling, equestrian sports and guided walking tours of the area.

Take a trip across the causeway to Holy Island, commonly known as Lindisfarne, an island nature reserve that is well worth a visit. Remember to check the safe crossing times on the causeway’s notice board, as Holy Island is cut off twice-daily from the rest of the world by fast-moving tides.

Gibside, a short 8-mile drive outside of Newcastle, is a 600-acre landscape of gardens, woodland and countryside – perfect for wildlife spotting. There is also a Neo-classical chapel, restored stable block and grand ruin of the original stately home, on the banks of the tranquil River Derwent, known for its flora and fauna.

Beamish near Durham is a great day out for all the family. It is an open-air “living museum” with a rebuilt town (with a pub), a mining village, colliery and farm, and tells the story of life in the North-East of England at different points in history.