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Alongside its rival Oxford, the city of Cambridge has come to symbolise university education. Around 100km north of London, it is built on two arms of the River Cam; its willow-planted banks run behind colleges of brick and weathered stone and beside magnificent parks and gardens. Internationally renowned for its scientific research, Cambridge blends tradition and modernity in an enchanting setting.
Tourist attractions Cambridge : Things to see and do
Trinity Street GB - Cambridge CB2
The colleges are grouped together on the east bank of the River Cam. Each college has a bridge linking it with the other bank, known as The Backs , a wide expanse of lawn, planted with trees. A walk along the west bank is definitely one of the most ..
Senate House Passage GB - Cambridge
Built between 1446 and 1515, this building represents the apogee of the Perpendicular Gothic style. Its scale is more in keeping with the chancel of a cathedral than a college chapel. Of twelve bays, the nave soars upwards supported by buttressing so..
St John's Street GB - Cambridge CB2 1TP
A tour of St John's College (founded 1511) is a walk through the world of architecture. It is Cambridge's second largest college; the gatehouse, decorated with coats of arms, is one of the finest in the city. The courtyards are predominantly Tudor. B..
53-57 Lensfield Road GB - Cambridge CB2 1EN
Situated in the historic city of Cambridge, less than a mile from the rail station, this charming hotel dates back to 1850. The beautiful old college buildings can be reached in 5 minutes on foot, and guests can punt along the River Cam to take in th..
Regent St GB - Cambridge CB2 1AD
Prix Prices from : 94 £
Overlooking Cambridge’s Parker’s Piece, this striking Victorian building offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and a fine-dining restaurant. The De Vere Hotel University Arms is 10 minutes’ from Kings College. Reflecting the architecture of..
41 Regent Street GB - Cambridge CB2 1AB
Prix Prices from : 119 £
This fine listed building is situated in the heart of Cambridge. As a privately owned hotel they take pride in offering a personal, efficient and competitive service at all times. The Regent Hotel is completely non-smoking and all of the 22 bedrooms..
Leisure activities Cambridge
You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard your Cambridge open-top double-decker bus. There are 16 stops and the entire route takes approximately 1 hour (not including walking tour). The bus departs every 15 - 30 minutes from each stop. ..
15-19 Trumpington St GB - Cambridge CB2 1QA
51-52 Trumpington St GB - Cambridge CB2 1RG
1922 cake shop famed for its Chelsea buns; saved from closure and transformed into a stylish, modern eatery which retains its dark wood, art deco façade. Concise weekly menu offers simple, flavourful dishes. Excellent baked goods.
22 Chesterton Rd GB - Cambridge CB4 3AX
Converted Victorian townhouse with a formal dining room; its ten tables set with flowers and candles. Monthly changing, four course set menu of classically based, flavourful cooking. Cheese and fish courses cost extra.
183 East Rd GB - Cambridge CB1 1BG
Personally run, first floor restaurant with illuminated canvasses lining the walls. Weekly changing, fixed price menu; classic cooking showcases excellent ingredients. The chef-owner is a chocolatier by trade so the chocolates are a must!
Midsummer Common GB - Cambridge CB4 1HA
In an idyllic location on Midsummer Common; the first floor bar overlooks the River Cam. Set 3, 4 or 5 course lunches and 6 or 10 course dinners: visually impressive, carefully crafted dishes use a range of modern techniques, and flavours are clear a..
Thompson's Ln GB - Cambridge CB5 8AQ