Cruises from Newcastle are extremely convenient for those travelling from throughout northern England, as well as Scotland and even further afield. Not only does the city have fantastic transport connections, the Port of Tyne itself makes for a comfortable and efficient departure point. Opt for a cruise from Newcastle and choose from a wide variety of spectacular destinations. From Spanish islands and Portuguese cities to the Northern Lights and picture-perfect German waterways, the only challenge is deciding where to go.
Whether you're considering a journey to the enchanting fjords of Norway or a one-night cruise closer to home, you'll make magical memories to treasure on board our cruises from Newcastle.
If you're planning a cruise from Newcastle, you will be happy to discover that travelling to the Port of Tyne is simple and convenient. With great rail and road links, coaches, shuttle buses, and the metro, the city is easy to navigate.
By train: The closest train station to the port is Newcastle Central Station, with services to and from London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, York, Leeds, Birmingham and Bristol among many others. The train station is a 30-minute taxi ride away from the port, and there is also the DFDS shuttle bus (open to passengers for all cruise lines) that runs from the opposite the train station. Alternatively, you can choose to take the Metro to Northumberland Park or Percy Main, and then get a bus or taxi (the Port is 20 minutes by foot).
By car: To reach the Port of Tyne by car, follow signage directing you northbound on the A19. Satnav users can use the postcode NE29 6EE to be directed to the port.
The cruise terminal is spacious and comfortable, with a capacity of up to 2,000 passengers. Inside the terminal you'll find a café and bar, a shop, toilets and an ATM. The Royal Quays shopping centre is also a few minutes by foot and offers a range of shops and eateries.
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