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 majestically in the middle of Kings Parade. Don't forget to stop here during your tour of the city!
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 of its size and proportions, but also for the richness of its decoration and its beautiful stained glass windows. 88 meters long and 24 meters high, it still surprises visitors, and is sure to impress you.
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 and beautiful light colored stone. In addition, local artists often hold improvised concerts on the steps, so it's worth taking a look!
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 shape. The tour costs 2 pounds, and is worth it, because the interior is great.