Discover the neighborhoods of Cambridge
This university city in Cambridgeshire is one of England’s two oldest university cities, the other one being Oxford. Everything in this city is centered on the many impressive colleges and halls of education, most of which date back to hundreds of years ago but still maintain a sense of youth and freshness due to the large population of students that call this city home.
Cambridge is within easy reach of both Heathrow and Gatwick airports, as well as a direct train line that goes from London to Cambridge station.
Of the several impressive colleges on this campus, King’s College is perhaps the most visited, and definitely the most impressive. The college is also where King’s College Chapel is located, which is where the world famous King’s College Chapel perform their songs.
The architecture and landscape of Cambridge is one of the most idyllic in the country, complete with beautiful gardens, the famous Cambridge punts along the river, and time-tested traditions of reading or walking around the gardens. Guests who would like to do more than just wander around the campus should make use of the city’s other attractions, especially one of the many museums such as Fitzwilliam Museum. This facility is the authority on arts and antiquities of the university, and is one of the most visited museums in the country.
For more information on hotels and landmarks in the different areas of Cambridge, take a look at the interactive map on this page and start planning the perfect visit to this beautiful university town.