A perfect trip from Newcastle to London


One of the eight most populated urban areas of the United Kingdom, Newcastle upon Tyne city is beautifully set in the North East part of England. This city runs around River Tyne. This city houses the famous Newcastle University and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Here you will find great pubs and cafes around the Quayside. People from around the world come to see the Hadrian’s Wall. The city takes its name from the Newcastle castle’s castle and has a number of streets popular for shopping. A second century town it has the legendary Newcastle United Football Club. It hosts The Great North run which is considered to be the world’s biggest half marathon. People from Newcastle are commonly known as Geordie.


Located 277 miles North of London, you can easily reach London city by air, rail or road. The Newcastle International Airport has frequent flight that fly into Heathrow and Gatwick airports. You can easily come to London via the East Coast mainline trains to London Kings Cross station. If you wish to drive, the route is scenic and takes only five to six hours via the A1 motorway to get to the heart of London. You can choose to park at your hotel or at various locations where the facility to park for long and short stay is easily available.

Exploring Shoreditch London

Once you are here you can plan your stay at the lively Shoreditch area in East London. Shoreditch is one of the most buzzing places in London nowadays, famous for its start-up, techie culture and vibrant nightlife. Here you will find some great pubs, markets and pop-up shops that will make you want to live here forever. For a relaxing stay after the long journey, book your stay at the classy M by Montcalm Hotel in Shoreditch London Tech City. This hotel is an ideal combination of luxury and comfort, providing a number of fantastic amenities. And with the best of the city right at your doorstep, your stay will be as perfect as it can be.


Londoners and tourists are always flocking to Shoreditch for its best street art, quirky boutiques, concept cafes and pubs, street markets, pop-up shops, game cafes, food at the Boxpark, independent cinemas and more. The Georgie people from Newcastle will especially love the Shoreditch for its music, art, budding technology, open cinemas festivals, street markets and comedy gigs.