Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
NewcastleGateshead is a vibrant destination with a famously warm welcome. United by seven bridges across a spectacular riverscape, Newcastle (on the north bank of the River Tyne) and Gateshead (on the south bank) forms a single, diverse and exciting conference destination, set in the heart of North East England.
When you discover NewcastleGateshead, you’ll discover an exciting city, with 2000 years of history, less than three hours north of London and just one hour south of Scotland.
Easily accessible – our airport connects to 80 destinations worldwide, and there are over 40 trains per day between Newcastle and London, and 37 trains per day to Edinburgh.
NewcastleGateshead is a destination that both organisers and delegates love (a recent survey revealed that 86% of delegates would like to return for a visit!). It’s not surprising thanks to its striking setting, compact city centre, fantastic transport links and a spectacular setting featuring world-famous icons including the Tyne Bridge and Angel of the North.
From coal to code, from warehouses to world-class contemporary arts, from shipbuilding to the Angel of the North from steam engines to smart cities NewcastleGateshead is a destination not to be missed.
Served by an international airport, fast and frequent rail connections, an international ferry terminal and a number of major road routes, NewcastleGateshead provides outstanding connectivity to all areas of the North, the UK, Europe and the world. NewcastleGateshead has all the access links you’d expect from a major European city including its own international airport so wherever ISBE delegates are from they can be here in no time.