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Cambridge is one of the world’s most famous university cities. Of its total population, about a fifth are students, which makes Cambridge one of the most culturally active cities in the United Kingdom. Cambridge has been discovered to have had a history of more than 3000 years. A centre of education in Britain for over 800 years, the University of Cambridge is considered one of the top five universities in the world. This attracts some of the brightest intellectual minds on the globe to this amazing city. Make sure you book your holidays to Cambridge and discover this attractive and clean city for its natural beauty as well as its cultural heritage and its fun and activities. The skyline of the city is dominated by buildings new and old, but the more attractive are the older buildings that are on University premises. Cambridge’s Festivals include the Strawberry Fair and the Cambridge Beer Festival. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Cambridge a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Cambridge with us and experience this University City in Eastern England at its very best.

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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Accesrail

Languages

English

Best Time to Travel

April to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Train, Cycle, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP
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Tour the University Colleges

Cambridge founded in the 13th century is today one of England’s foremost universities. The university boasts a body of 10,000 students attending the hallowed halls of the various colleges. The university is laid out in Spartan fashion. Explore abbey like courts, a chapel and dining hall. Plan visits when there are no exams.

Punting on the River Cam

Punting on the River Cam is one of the oldest traditions in Harvard. The 40 mile long river which winds its way across the city centre is an excellent view point from which to take in beautiful Harvard. There are punting sites located at Baites Bite Lock house, Fen Road and Cambridge.

Visit Peterhouse the Oldest College

If you are a culture buff a good old scout of Peterhouse should not be missed. Founded in 1284 this is the oldest and smallest house. The Old Court is from the original 13th century building of Harvard while the vintage stained glass windows are truly beautiful.

Pembroke College

Founded in 1347 by Countess Pembroke the college has been refurbished many times. The 1665 chapel is a jewel and considered to be the first creations of architect Christopher Wren. It was expanded in 1881. The college is known to have produced many prominent bishops and poets.

Queens College

Queens College is one of the most complete mediaeval buildings in Harvard. It was first founded in 1448 under the benefaction of Margaret of Anjou; wife of King Henry VI and reformed in 1465 under the patronage of Elizabeth Woodville; wife of King Edward IV.

Corpus Christi College

Founded in 1352 the college holds invaluable vintage manuscripts; that were accumulated by Mathew Parker, renowned Archbishop of Canterbury in 1550. Check out St Benet’s Church the original college chapel.

St Mary the Great Church

This is the University and Parish church. A vintage marvel built in the 15th century the church is a culture buffs treat. The gallery was included in 1739 while the tower built in 1608 offers marvellous views.

Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall was set up in 1350 it is most famous for its well conserved Elizabethan library. The books are chained to shelves as in olden days. The library is a must see attraction. Trinity College too is a great scout being founded by King Henry the VIII in 1546.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

A fabulous medieval style building the place is better known as the ‘Round Church’. You will know why when setting sight on the rounded stone church. It is just one of the four Round Norman Churches still remaining in England. It was constructed in 1131 and a rectangle shaped chancel added in the 15th century.

Jesus College

This 1496 college encompasses part of the old Benedictine nunnery which dates back to the 12th century. The gorgeous entry is via a gate that passes through the early English style chapel resplendent with dazzling stained glass windows.