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Cambridge is situated about 50 miles north-east of London in an area of level and relatively low-lying terrain just south of the Fens.
There is something timeless and serene about this celebrated and ancient university town. Cambridge boasts unmistakable, exquisite architecture, iconic ancient colleges, and the languid River Cam where punts zig zag all day long. It’s a place where you might negotiate cyclists loaded down with books along cobbled passageways, or relax on the manicured lawns of the ‘Backs’ that straddle the water. The Midsummer Common section of the river is also a great place for a wander, and you can see the spires of churches and chapels over the treetops.
You can’t visit Cambridge without exploring the colleges, many of which date back to the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. These buildings are extraordinarily beautiful. The most famous is King’s College, whose splendid King’s College Chapel is one of the best examples of late Gothic architecture. The Great St Mary’s Church, the official centre of the University, is both architecturally and historically fascinating.
Architecture and academia aside, there are many excellent free museums and art galleries worth exploring in Cambridge including the Folk Museum and the stunning Fitzwilliam Museum. The city has a lot to offer gastronomically too, though if you want the best you should book a table (in advance) at Midsummer House, a two Michelin-starred British-French restaurant.
You can hear some of the best international music played every night in Cambridge from symphony orchestras to student and other visiting bands. Classical concerts are held in the city’s churches, while the Corn Exchange and Junction venues offer jazz, rock and pop as well as comedy.
You can drive from London to Cambridge in two and a half hours but plan for more.
Following rapid growth in the 20th century, Cambridge has a congested road network, which partly explains why it has the highest level of cycle use in the UK. Once you hit the city centre finding a parking space can be tricky and they are extremely expensive. Parking on the outskirts of town is worth considering – or fall in line with the locals and hire a bike.
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