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About Cambridge

The famous University City in England’s Cambridgeshire, Cambridge is a city of daffodils, crocuses, open spaces and cattle grazing. Cheap flights to Cambridge can be taken to witness its pastoral summers, May Balls and cool willows.

The very name of the city brings to the mind images of the mesmerizing views of the King’s College Chapel overlooking Cam River, intricate Gothic architecture and summer punts. If you are someone who likes such graceful and charming ambiance, you should take cheap flights to Cambridge for your next vacation.

The city has something for everyone when it comes to entertainment. At Cambridge, you will find art galleries, theatres, pubs, bars, festivals etc. to keep you busy throughout your stay. Besides, you can go on punting on Cam River, join one of the city’s walking tours, have a picnic at one of its beautiful parks and bicycle around cycle paths, thereby exploring the pastoral charm of the city.

The University of Cambridge is obviously the first thing that one should visit when touring the city. Founded in the year 1209, it the world’s seventh oldest university and the second oldest in England followed by Oxford. With a present population of more than 18,000 students, the students of the university has been awarded 61 Nobel Prizes, which is much more than other reputed educational institutions.

To get a dose of history, visit Imperial War Museum Duxford, which is a branch of Imperial War Museum, established in the year 1977. Housing more than two hundred aircrafts and other military vehicles, this is UK’s largest aviation museum. It is one of the top 50 most-visited attractions in Britain.

Located just outside the city, in the town of Granchester, The Orchard Tea Garden is a special tea room that was opened in the year 1897 and today, it is one of the most popular hangouts for tourists and students.

Cambridge University Botanic Garden is a heritage listed site comprising more than 40 acres of spectacular gardens. Here, you can find more than 8000 species of flora, including some of the world’s rarest plants. You can also have a cup of coffee and snacks at the café inside it.

There are several quality hotels in Cambridge where you can get world-class amenities.

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