Take the train … to Blighty’s best nightclubs
It’s official – night owls everywhere have cast their votes and named the North as the best in Blighty when it comes to nightlife.
When the sun goes down, hop on the train and pull up to the North’s best hotspots. Just check our journey planner for cheap tickets to Newcastle, Liverpool and Manchester and gear up for a night you’ll never forget.
Ladies, grab your dancing shoes and Gents, press your best shirt before you take the train North for some nightlife. These cities will have your toes tapping and your hips swaying until the early hours of the morning…
Home to Geordie Shore, it’s no surprise Newcastle makes the list for Blighty’s best nightlife. The city is teaming with bars, restaurants and nightclubs, so whether you’re looking for a romantic evening over a bottle of wine or a proper night out with the lads, Newcastle has exactly what you need to make your night a legendary one.
Take the train to Newcastle Station, and when you step out onto the platform getting around couldn’t be easier. Walk to nearby hotspots, or take a taxi or the Metro to put you within a stone’s throw of the city’s best venues.
Top Nightlife Spots: Blu Bambu Nightclub, Chase Bar, Tiger Tiger, Living Room, and Tokyos
Sometimes called the ‘capital of the North,’ Manchester certainly lives up to its reputation as a major urban centre. Test your moves on the dance floor or shake things up with a custom cocktail at one of the city’s many exclusive bars. If you’re looking for a night out without the fuss, why not head to one of the city’s classic English pubs and chat up some new friends about Manchester’s impressive local football clubs.
Take the train to Manchester Piccadilly to get you into the heart of the city, and from there you can get around easily with the city’s Metrolink transport system, or a good old fashioned taxi.
Top Nightlife Spots: The Circle Club, Bijou, The Birdcage, Manchester 235, and Waxy O’Connors
Liverpool tops the list for Blighty’s best nightlife, and with so many great late-night spots around the city, it’s easy to see why. Catch some live music or comedy at one of the city’s world-famous live music and comedy venues and take in the atmosphere where greats like the Beatles got their start, or bust a move on the dance floor at one of the city’s trendy nightclubs. With so many options, you can do it all once the sun goes down in Liverpool, and some after-hours clubs even stay open until 7am!
Take the train to Liverpool Central and hop off in the heart of the city. From there you can walk, take a taxi, or make use of the city’s bus system to get you to your destination.
Top Nightlife Spots: The Magnet, Alma de Cuba, Camel Club, Revolution, and The Cavern Club
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