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An historical cathedral city
Cambridge is a large city located on the East of the country just above London. It is most famous for its world-renowned university which attracts the brightest pupils around the world. Having said that it is a town of two halves. On the one side you have the student life and on the other you have a more cosmopolitan and traditional district and its fair to say that the two districts are mutually exclusive.
The River Cam runs through the town and offers some stunning riverside venues and also allows visitor to enjoy the local and popular activity of punting on a warm Summer’s day.
Cycle your way around the city
Because of the city’s stunning skyline and plethora of museums and Art Galleries, Cambridge is best enjoyed on foot or on a bicycle which can be hired from one of many outlets. There are numerous guided tours available and if time permits you should make a point of visiting one or two of the beautiful University colleges. One of the most famous colleges is Kings college which backs onto the Ricer Cam and is crammed with history and heritage.
There are a myriad of winding streets for you to explore that have most likely been trodden in the past by famous poets, scientists and former Prime Ministers.
Try to find time to head to the Fitzwilliam Museum that houses an amazing collection of contemporary Art or simply enjoy the views of the bridges which criss-cross the River Cam.
University and former students dominate the history of Cambridge
As you would probably expect from a stunning University town the colleges are steeped in history and former scholars include winners of more than 80 Nobel Peace Prizes. Some of the more famous scholars are Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawkin.
Explore the River Cam and venture upstream
On a warm summer day follow the River Cam upstream and you will uncover beautiful and tranquil grassy fields which eventually lead to a picturesque village called Grantchester where you can take tea and cake in the Orchard Tea Gardens. This is also the venue where many poets have composed the works of art including E.M Forster and Virginia Woolf.
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