Tourist Information Centres
Sunderland is a city with a difference - a modern, bustling centre balanced with a relaxing green environment, stunning coastal scenery and a refreshing attitude to life.
What's on Offer
The City’s sandy beaches of Roker and Seaburn provide a spectacular setting, with bars, restaurants and seafront accommodation as the ideal accompaniment.
Places to Visit
National Glass Centre
The retail heart of the city is focused on The Bridges Shopping Centre and the Sunniside cultural quarter, which boasts smaller boutiques specialising in trendy interiors and designer clothing.
With a host of new bars and restaurants opening to join the established favourites there is no shortage of places to have a good time.
Recreation & Sport
Silksworth Sports Complex and Ski Slope
Conference & Business Facilities
For details contact the Sunderland Visitor Information Service in 0191 520 5550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on quality assured accommodation contact Sunderland's Visitor Information Service on 0191 520 5550 or visit www.seeitdoitsunderland.co.uk
Sunderland is easily accessible from the A1 and A19.
Sunderland is easily accessibly by rail from major UK cities. The Tyne & Wear Metro service is an easy means of getting around Sunderland and the Tyne & Wear region.
The International Ferry Terminal at North Tyneside provides links to Northern Europe.
Newcastle International Airport is 20 miles from Sunderland and offers direct transport links via the Tyne & Wear Metro system.