The university city is home to a long list of colleges as well as the famed University of Cambridge. But the city also boasts some of the most striking architecture in its buildings, bridges, and alleyways.
The most magnificent church in the city. Connected to the church is the tower, which offers panoramic views of the historic town.
From your seat in the boat, you’ll look up and across at the beautiful colleges and cathedrals along the riverside.
This college is supposedly home to the apple tree that led to Sir Isaac Newton’s great discovery or so the story goes.
This college is one of the most recognisable in the city (if you have ever watched University Challenge you would have seen their various teams over the years), and it’s simply stunning.
You’ll be able to discover local favourites, hidden gems, and well-known landmarks all in one go.
Home to a compilation of art and antiques, this museum began with a generous donation from Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion, which included his entire art collection.
Sundays are when the market transforms into a fair of food, arts, and crafts, and you’ll find local farm produce as well as resident artists, sculptors and potters’ work.