Punting, Bus & Bike Tours
Cambridge is one of the most beautiful cities in the country to visit - with so many sights to see, including the stunning architechture of the university colleges, the picturesque rolling fields of Grantchester Meadows and the charming cobbled streets of the city centre.
Thankfully there are a number of exciting ways in which to enjoy all the sights of the city and the surrounding area, in comfort and style.
Relax on a Punt Tour of the river and take in the beautiful views of the college "Backs" - the ideal opportunity to take photographs of the iconic colleges, from a unique and privileged viewpoint.
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A punt tour along the world famous Cambridge College ‘Backs’ is one of the pleasures of a visit to Cambridge. We want your experience to be enjoyable and safe and this leaflet provides information about where to go to join a licensed tour.
You can choose from 6 locations as shown on the map on the back of this leaflet. You can buy tickets at each location, online or through the Tourist Information Centre.
Please DO NOT buy your punting tickets from people selling them on King’s Parade or the Market Square as illegal punt operators sell tours from these locations.
Camboats offer a unique narrow boat tour of Cambridge taking you along the river past the historic college boathouses.
Camboats run popular trips along the Cam and out to Ely on the Great Ouse to both residents and visitors alike. There are regular timetabled public tours and also private bookings on request.
Another exciting way to see the outer reaches of the city and the surrounding areas, just as the locals do, is to join a Bike Tour.
And if you prefer to see Cambridge from an elevated standpoint, then the top deck of an Open Top Bus Tour is the perfect place for you to relax and enjoy the sights of the city in comfort.
For more information on Punt, Bus and Bike Tours please contact the Tourist Information Centre, where our knowledgable staff will will be available to offer help and advice on your favoured method of seeing the Cambridge sighs.