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Next Stop... North East England
With two world heritage sites, miles of stunning coastline, dramatic castles and cathedrals, sumptuous stately homes and gardens, plus one of Europe's most culturally exciting cities, isn't it time you made North East England the next stop on your itinerary?
Discover Durham - Explore the City and ‘the best Cathedral on planet earth', offering with a romantic mix of ancient and
Bamburgh Beach & Castle - There are more Castles in North East England than any other English region. This grand fortress holds tales of Anglo-Saxon Kings and Norman warriors.
Hadrian's Wall - Step back in time and admire the marvellous Roman past that is carved into the Northumbrian landscape.
The Angel of the North - One of the most talked about pieces of public art ever produced. Getting up close and personal with the Angel is an experience you'll never forget.
Alnwick Gardens - Relax at one of the finest examples of contemporary garden design in Europe.
Newcastle Quayside - The joint city of NewcastleGateshead is a fascinating mix of old and new. With excellent shopping,
museums, restaurants and bars.
Alnwick Castle - Few places capture the magic like Alnwick Castle, the setting for Harry Potter and many other dramas.
For further information on ferry crossings and to check onboard facilities please contact DFDS Seaways www.dfdsseaways.co.uk
Visit www.visitnortheastengland.com for local tourist information.
Whether you are travelling by ferry as a foot passenger, collecting a friend or relative or joining a cruise ship you can park at the International Passenger Terminal.
Parking is free for the first 4 hours, then charged at £12 per day. There is no need to pre-book. However if you are a cruise passenger it is advisable to check with your cruise line in case they have negotiated special rates. Directions to the Passenger Terminal are available to download.