Hadrian’s Wall Route, 130 km from sea to sea, trails the course of what is considered as the best preserved Roman frontier in the world. Built on the orders of Emperor Hadrian in AD 122, it is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The route crosses the stunning England-Scotland border.
Arrival – Wallsend stands at the very end of Hadrian’s Wall and is well known for their vast history in shipbuilding and coal mining. Here you can find the World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall as well as a Visitor Centre and Museum at the old Roman Fort of Segedunum.