North East England is an area that is frequently overlooked by travellers and yet, it has so much to offer in terms of beauty. It offers lots of wild beauty that is untouched and unspoilt thanks to the lack of tourists in abundance. The North East of England consists of the following counties: County Durham, Northumberland, and Tyne and Wear. Cities in North East England consist of the following: Sunderland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne. As for places to see include Hadrian’s Wall, the Angel of the North, Lindisfarne, Northumberland National Park, Captain Cook’s Museum and the Metro Centre. North East England is sparsely populated and has a very long history. So if you are passionate about history, you’ll find a lot of interesting things here. North East England really is an overlooked place as far as its scenery and beauty is concerned. There is plenty to see in this area of England and there are a lot of quite little villages scattered around in County Durham, which are lovely.