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If you're headed to small villages, remote castles, or Hadrian's Wall, traveling by car is the best option. The A1 highway links London and Newcastle (five to six hours) and continues all the way up to Lindisfarne. In the Far Northeast, there are also two alternative scenic routes: the rural A697, which branches west off the A1 north of Morpeth; and the coastal B1340, which leaves the A1 at Alnwick and snakes up to Bamburgh.

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