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Newcastle is a city that is rich in history dating back to when the Romans were the superior people. Its historical elements are still evident despite being a stylish and trendy city with an array of shops, a vibrant nightlife, and superb restaurants that never fail to attract visitors from around the world. The Newcastle Airport is the main gateway to what the city has to offer. Cheap car hire at Newcastle enables the travellers to explore the big city and its surrounding areas that are equally breathtaking and interesting.

One of Newcastle's key points are the remains of ancient city walls and the Victorian architecture within the area. The walls and some of its towers tell a story from when the Pons Aelius fort was built to surround and protect the city. Among its remarkable remains is the piece at the back of Stowell Street. For Victorian architecture, a visit to Grey Street is worth doing to admire the beauty of the timeless design.

Newcastle boasts several other historical landmarks that are worth exploring including the 12th century St. Nicholas Cathedral at St. Nicholas Square. There is also Castle Garth that has been around since 1080 and erected by Robert Curthose who was the illegitimate child of William the Conqueror. Henry II also rebuilt the castle using stone in the 12th century, and some of its remains can still be seen. Grey's monument that measures 135 feet high is located in Grey Street and was built in honor of Earl Grey, a resident prime minister who served from 1830 to 1834.

Cheap car hire in Newcastle enables travellers to explore the city's beautiful beaches that serve as its main attractions. From Merewether Beach to Nobbys, both locals and visitors can enjoy long and leisurely strolls. Aside from that, they can experience a taste of Newcastle with its fine restaurants, lively pubs, nightclubs and bars, and its variety of cinemas and theatres. Shopping needs are complemented by the Eldon Square Shopping Centre.

Budget car rental enables travellers to explore the countryside of surrounding Newcastle so they can discover more historical wonders of the region. One worthy destination for a daytrip is the Hadrian Hall that was built by the Romans and housing the Dentall Hall Turret. There is also the small Benwell Roman Temple that was dedicated to Antenociticus, a local god.