Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

3-days England Autumn Solo Travel (United Kingdom)
October 03 to 06, 2014

London City Tour 2nd part; Another West-End Shows Night trip

How to go to Cambridge;
From London Kings Cross Train Station, there's daily train bound to Cambridge Station. Travel time is around an hour.You can stroll around the city and the tourist spots for around 3-4 hours.

Cambridge is a university city in Cambridgeshire in England. It is a city of crocuses and daffodils on the Backs, of green open spaces and cattle grazing only 500 yards from the market square. The Cambridge of Brooke, Byron, Newton and Rutherford, of the summer idyll of punts, 'bumps', cool willows and May Balls is worth seeing. Cambridge brings many images to mind: the breathtaking view of King's College Chapel from across the river Cam, the rich intricacy of Gothic architecture, students cycling to lectures, and lazy summer punting on the River Cam. The University of Cambridge was founded in the 13th century by scholars leaving Oxford after a dispute with townsfolk. Cambridge's stunning architecture is not just noted by its impressed hum drum tourists. The US magazine Forbes claimed in 2009 that Cambridge is 'one of the most beautiful cities in the world' with widespread agreement.
http://wikitravel.org/en/Cambridge_%28England%29

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour

Cambridge City and University Walk Solo Tour


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