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Be inspired by the many beautiful museums and art galleries. Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings.

Be inspired by the many beautiful museums and art galleries. Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings.

Population: 108.863

Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, where a unique and relaxing shopping experience can be found. Here a blend of independent shops is mingled with high street brands.

Relax in the many beautiful pubs, restaurants and cafes.

Catch a student theatrical production, or a show at the Arts Theatre. See live music or comedy at the Corn Exchange.


The climate in Cambridge UK is similar to much of the south-east of England. The months of June through August are the warmest with average highs of 22 Celsius and average nighttime lows of 12 Celsius.

The coldest time of the year in Cambridge is during the winter months of December through February. The average high temperature in mid-winter is 7 Celsius; and the average low is 1 Celsius. However, the temperatures can and do vary quite significantly from these averages.

The rainiest months of the year in Cambridge are June and October. However, rainfall is quite significant all year round, with the lowest average rainfall in the month of February. 

Public transport in Cambridge is very good. Buses run regularly to most parts of the town and to towns, villages and suburbs surrounding the centre of Cambridge. Trains also run to neighbouring towns and further afield to destinations across the UK.

Buses are very inexpensive and you can buy a day pass for approximately 3 pounds – which includes a park and ride service so you can leave your car in a car park outside of the city centre. Try to have correct change when boarding the bus – and note that bus drivers won’t accept large denomination notes.

If you want to see the best sites of Cambridge by bus, then take advantage of the town’s hop on hop off sightseeing bus that operates regularly. However, the city centre of Cambridge is only accessible by foot, so to see everything you will need to jump off and walk around on your own.

One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 2.00 £

Monthly Pass (Regular Price):  47.25 £

Cambridge University Botanic Garden: The Cambridge University Botanic Garden develops & displays over 8,000 different plant species in 40 acres of beautiful landscapes.

Scudamore's Punting Company Quayside: Punting has over recent years become a mainstream activity so choose Scudamore's to ensure the authentic punting experience.

Parker Library Tour: Tours leave from the Tourist Information Centre and will include part of Corpus Christi College as well as a tour of the library and a sample of its amazing collection.

Picnic by the river: Go to the Mill Pond (bottom of Mill Lane) and watch punting and the world go by.

Fitzwilliam Museum: Open every day except Mondays. Some wonderful pieces of art, sculpture, pottery etc., They do expect a ‘donation’ as you depart.


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