Itinerary

Accessible Cambridge

Accessible Cambridge

These Cambridge attractions, hotels and eateries offer good facilities for those with additional needs.

Family Fun in Cambridge

Family Fun in Cambridge

It’s not easy keeping kids entertained all year round, but Cambridge has some fantastic, family-friendly attractions to explore, come rain or shine!

24 Hours in Cambridge

24 Hours in Cambridge

A chic hotel, a fine dining hotspot, and the best of the city’s sights – here’s how to make the most of your short but sweet stay in Cambridge!

Five Fantastic Spring Activities To Enjoy In Cambridge

Five Fantastic Spring Activities To Enjoy In Cambridge

Beautiful blooms, a beer festival and a traditional village fete: there’s plenty to enjoy during springtime in Cambridgeshire.

Winter in Cambridge

Winter in Cambridge

Ready for cosy season? Prepare with our guide to the best seasonal attractions and festive fun in the city.

Dog-friendly Cambridge

Dog-friendly Cambridge

Bringing your pooch along when you visit Cambridge? Check out these dog-friendly spots and activities

Enjoy a long weekend in Cambridge

Enjoy a long weekend in Cambridge

Why not stretch your stay? Spend a little longer in Cambridge and you can discover leisure activities, historic gems and out of town delights

Unique Cambridge

Unique Cambridge

From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stay

The Cambridge Student Survival Guide

The Cambridge Student Survival Guide

Bargain dinners, vintage clothing and the best big nights out – get these student-friendly hangouts on your radar!

Perfect Autumn Days Out in Cambridge

Perfect Autumn Days Out in Cambridge

Cambridge is most popular with tourists during the summer months, but it might just be at its most beautiful in autumn. Embrace the season with wild walks, cosy pubs and autumnal attractions.

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Did you know?

First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.