This is another little charming little town in Britain. Be sure to visit the beautiful church of St. Mary and the deer reserve where the famous abbey is located. It also has a safari that you can choose to visit.
Ware is a small English town that has a fascinating history. This are has been inhabited since the Mesolithic period, and was also a Roman outpost, with many relics from that time. It has long been an important place for English malt
In an almost hidden walkway leading from Kings Parade, Clare College is a charming college that deserves a look. We love the tidy lawn, beautiful wrought iron gates, and imposing buildings. The entrance portico is a nice shade of
Located at the southwest tip of the city, Cambridge Street is the entry point for most tour groups visiting. With its beautiful wooden "mathematical bridge" and romantic canals, you're sure to fall in love with the city at first sight!
Isaac Newton constructed this bridge and later mounted it so that all of its parts are suspended in the air without any support. Crazy, right? Years later, a group of engineers disassembled it in order to examine it to see how he did
Located near the main entrance of the city of Cambridge, St Catharine's College is one of the first colleges that you'll see upon entering the historic center. Charming, with a perfectly maintained lawn so green it seems almost
King's College, Cambridge, is 1 of the colleges that make up Cambridge University. Its full name is The King's College of Our Lady and St. Nicholas in Cambridge, within the university people call it King's. The college chapel, one of
Nestled in the heart of beautiful pedestrianized streets like Senate House Passage, the chapel of King's College is a monument not to be missed. The college chapel, built back in the fifteenth century, is impressive not only because
During a visit to the city of Cambridge, if you find yourself feeling a bit peckish and in the mood for some traditional English cakes, then get yourself to Jim Garrahy's Fudge Kitchen, conveniently located opposite the main entrance
Trinity Lane is a classic English alley that can be found in historic Cambridge, England, right on the route between the various colleges and universities of this typical British city. I thought it had a special charm and a roll very
Adjacent to King's College, one of the most famous parts of Cambridge University, the Senate House is an imposing building inspired by Greek architecture that looks completely different from the surrounding buildings.
Located just opposite the main entrance to the most famous and impressive college in Cambridge, King's College, the Church of St Mary the Great shouldn't be missed, with its main tower and castle-like battlements. It stands
Nestled in the beautiful and romantic All Saints Gardens, in the heart of Trinity Street and facing the main entrance of the famous Trinity College, the Art & Craft Market shouldn't be missed during your trip to Cambridge. Here you
Nestled in the historic and pedestrian heart of the beautiful university city of Cambridge, Rose Crescent is undoubtedly one of our favorite streets. We love its special charm, as it winds through many cute shops. In addition, it's a
The last college in the area of Kings Parade, Trinity and St John's Street, this college is particularly beautiful with its entrance portico reminiscent of a medieval castle. The courtyard is well worth a visit.
Nestled on the beautiful market square, just a few meters from the main entrance of the famous King's College, Cambridge, the City Market is well worth visiting. It includes everything from excellent fresh fruit and vegetables, to
Located on the beautiful market street that connects the famous Sidney Street to the Main Market Square in Cambridge, Holy Trinity Church is actually the chapel of Christ's College. The building is very beautiful with Gothic arches
Magdalene College is the last college in the north of the city, and one of the few on the left bank of the beautiful river that runs through the heart of Cambridge. The buildings stand majestic and traditional with their red brick
Located in the extreme south of the city, outside the historic heart of Cambridge and facing the enormous Parker's Piece park, Downing College is undoubtedly one of our favourite places in the city. It's neglected by tourists
Located a little bit away from the bustle of the historical heart of the city, Emmanuel College, on St Andrews Street, and close to the beautiful park of Parker's Piece, is one of our favourite colleges in Cambridge. We found
Located on the beautiful St Andrews Street, which connects the historic heart of the city and the market street to Parker's Piece park, Chocolat Chocolat should not be missed by chocoholics! This is where we tasted the best ice cream
Cambridge is undoubtedly my favorite city in England. With ancient walls and large lawn, the atmosphere is, in my opinion, more natural than Oxford. Students ride around on bicycles, and the splendid Gothic architecture and canals
Nestled in the heart of the historic center and pedestrian area of Cambridge, Sidney Street is undoubtedly one of my favorite streets in the city. What a pleasure it is to take a wander, seeing a new college every fifty meters! They
Hidden behind the courtyard of the main entrance of Emmanuel College, on St Andrews Street, the university gardens are a secret gem! Once inside, it's a lovely surprise to discover the small stream, weeping willow and beautiful
Located at the crossroads of St John's Street and Sydney Street, this little monument shouldn't be missed. It's quite different from the university buildings because it is a church, and is interesting because of its unusual round
Located in the extreme south of the university town of Cambridge, the vast Parker's Piece is one of the city's biggest, and best parks. It's a great place to get away from the tourist bustle and enjoy some greenery and peace. We like
Throughout the beautiful and very famous university city of Cambridge, the canals of the local river are one of the main attractions. Bordered by small, traditional houses, they lend the area a special, romantic charm. We love walking
The Cam is a small river about 65 km in length that crosses the famous university city of Cambridge, in the east of England. It is in fact the reason for the name of the city. Once the river was called Granta, and the city
Jesus Green is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday in the countryside. It combines culture, study, sports and pleasure suitable for a family with children old enough to learn English and very close to several cultural destinations:
Not long ago I visited a factory, in this case it produced sound systems (DSP) and it was fascinating to see how you can make a very high quality product and in many parts, it's a completely handmade process.
Whether you like Harry Potter or not, one of the must-sees in London is the making of Harry Potter film. There is an amusement park, it is a visit to the sets, characters and objects in the saga of Harry Potter. Stroll through the
Stansted Airport is 56 miles northwest of London, towards Cambridge. Although it is a good road and the buses that run from the airport are modern and fast, the ride is a bit heavy and it usually takes at least 1 hour and a half due
Located an hour by car or black cab from the city center, Stansted International Airport offers low-cost flights to the continent. It's a hub for traveling around Europe, with plenty of flights to a variety of destinations. To reach