The famous Metro Centre is the largest shopping and leisure centre in the EU, where you will be able to explore all day with it's many shops, cinema and huge food hall.
There is also Eldon Square Shopping Centre. It is the focus of shopping and dining in Newcastle Upon Tyne with 156 stores and is a must-see for tourist visitors and locals alike with improved, comfortable transport links from around the region. Eldon Garden is linked to this and offers a great range of designer brands and ashion labels in a stylish centre.
Royal Quays is situated 10 miles from Gateshead and next to the ferry terminal, this shopping outlet has some great bargains to be had offering up to 50% off the normal high street shops.
Monument Mall, right in the heart of the City, is a four storey building, in keeping with Old newcastle and houses high street shops like TKMax.
This vibrant and exciting City has an array of Markets which will allow you to browse through quality crafts, goods and produce. Quayside Market is a great Traditional market and you will be kept entertained by singers and performers alike or stroll along the quayside.
Grainger Market is the City's largest under cover market and has a wealth of buys to take advantage of including fresh produce from Butchers and Greengrocers that are very much the fore. This is now a grade 1 listed building and opened in 1835 and welcomes 1000's of visitors each year.
Farmers & County with its array of local and fresh produce in the centre of Newcastle
Jesmond, Armstrong Bridge a craft and artists market selling their unusual wares each Sunday. Tynemouth Market is situated on the coast, a stop on the metro, open Saturdays and Sundays selling bric-a-brac to practical household goodies.