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This region of Cambridgeshire is home to 130,000 locals.
To reach Cambridge from London, the national capital, you'd need to venture 80 kilometres to the north. Another good point of reference is Royston, which lies 18 kilometres to the southwest.
Whether you're young of age or just young in nature, the Cambridge Arts Picture House is the place for you!
Cambridge has some public green spaces where you will find a whole range of plants. The University Botanic Gardens and the Cambridge University Botanic Garden are the places to keep in mind.
Take some time out from all that sightseeing and get cosy on the grass at Jesus Green and Parker's Piece. The Fellows Garden and Wandlebury Country Park are a few more spots where you can enjoy some greenery.
Whether you're looking for tours or tickets to an attraction, Round Church Visitor Centre is at your service! Its friendly team of local staff will ensure you get the most out of your time in Cambridge.
Look for birds along the lake's shore or just settle back and enjoy the soothing whispers of the gently moving water at Hobson's Conduit.
Give yourself some well-deserved breathing space, fill your lungs with fresh air and revel in the beauty of Mother Nature at Sheep's Green / Lammas Land and Milton Country Park.
Want to learn something new? The Imperial War Museum Duxford has a range of unique displays and objects. It's also a quiet place to escape a rainy day. If you're looking for more, try the Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum and the University Museum of Zoology. Tours may be on offer, so remember to enquire.
The marvellous world of science never ceases to captivate us. Broaden your knowledge on the latest in technology and innovation at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences and the Scott Polar Research Institute. For even more eye-opening displays, add the Whipple Museum of the History of Science and the Polar Museum to your itinerary of discovery.
We're not quite sure how the Cambridge University Museum and Archaeology and Anthropology and the Museum of Classical Archaeology have managed to jam-pack so many of this planet's fascinating treasures into just two spaces. A visit to either will captivate you for hours on end. For even more from the natural world, make the trip to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
With a captivating range of two and three-dimensional artworks, a day spent poring over the exhibits at the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Kettle's Yard will leave you feeling invigorated.
Unlock some of the secrets of the city's past at the Cambridge & County Folk Museum. Through interesting information and artefacts, the exhibits highlight the people and events that have shaped the area over time.
Keen to dig into Cambridge's past? Make your way to the Trinity College and the King's College. If time isn't an issue, the St. John's College and the Clare College should also be on your radar.
Bridge of Sighs and Mathematical Bridge may not play as important a part in connecting the city as they did in the past, but they remain well-known tourist attractions.
Most of us had childhood dreams that involved kings and queens. Castle Hill looks as though it was designed for the pages of a fairytale book, so stop in and discover what it's really like to live like a royal.
You don't need to be devout to see Church of St Mary the Great and King's College Chapel, two sites noted for their historical and spiritual value. Many spiritually curious travellers are also drawn to Little St Mary's Church and St Bene't's Church.
They're unlikely to be the first things you put on your must-see list, but the Wren Library and the Pepys Library are still worth checking out. The Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club and the Wysing Arts Centre also promise a great day out.
There's no need to freak out about booking your Cambridge hotel (no matter how late in the game you've left it.) lastminute.com.au currently lists more than 48 accommodations.
Who said that great service has to cost an arm and a leg? You'll get a peaceful night's shut-eye at a nice price at the Carolina Guest House and the Fenners Hotel. But if you'd rather be surrounded by luxury while you're here, the Hotel du Vin & Bistro Cambridge or The Varsity Hotel & Spa may be more up your alley. Just sit back, relax and let the experienced staff do what they do best.
Extremely helpful staff. Great facilities. Don't miss the heated jacuzzi overlooking the river.
30 Mar. - 31 Mar.