Cambridge provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Cambridge. These are our tips for exploring Cambridge.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
This converted and refurbished watermill features chic, elegant and stylish accommodations in an idyllic 12-acre countryside setting near
With gardens, open fireplaces and traditional wooden beams, this beautiful 15th-century inn offers free internet and a 2 AA Rosette
Featuring free WiFi, Long Melford Swan offers accommodations in Long Melford, just 27 miles from Cambridge. Guests can enjoy
This 17th-century country house is set in 200 acres of parkland. It is a 5-star luxury hotel with its own PGA Championship golf course,
In the middle of 1000 acres of beautiful English countryside, Luton Hoo features a luxury spa and golf course.
Set in beautiful Suffolk countryside, this grade II 16th-century coaching Inn’s offers rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. The traditional
This small family-owned and run country hotel in North Suffolk was once a rural public house; today, it has been sympathetically
A Cambridge University graduate guide will take you on a 90-minute enthralling journey through time
Enjoy a 45 minute shared punting tour of Cambridge, this is a must do when visiting the city.
You can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard your Cambridge open-top double-decker
On this 45-minute shared punting tour in Cambridge you will see 8 of the most famous Cambridge
This private 2-hour walking tour is tailored to what you want to see, ensuring you make the most of your
This 2-day trip from Cambridge gives you a chance to explore the vibrant Northern cities of Liverpool
Join this 3-night weekend tour to the Dutch capital Amsterdam and charming Belgian city of Bruges
In a city crammed with showstopping buildings, this is the scene-stealer. Grandiose, 16th-century King's College Chapel is one
The largest of Cambridge's colleges, Trinity offers an extraordinary Tudor gateway, an air of supreme elegance and a sweeping Great
Fondly dubbed 'the Fitz' by locals, this colossal neoclassical pile was one of the first public art museums in Britain, built to house
Behind the Cambridge colleges’ grandiose facades and stately courts, a series of gardens and parks line up beside the river. Collectively
At Europe's biggest aviation museum, some 200 lovingly preserved vintage aircraft are housed in several enormous hangars.
Tales of hostile environments, dogged determination and, sometimes, life-claiming mistakes are evoked powerfully at this compelling museum.
Known locally as Caius (pronounced 'keys'), Gonville and Caius boasts three fascinating gates : Virtue, Humility and Honour.
hrist's College is a venerable institution at more than 500 years old. It's gleaming Great Gate is emblazoned with heraldic carvings