Explore the city on foot or by bike, go punting on the River Cam and finish the day at one of the many eateries from local pubs to lavish cafés and restaurants.


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If you’re looking to do a spot of shopping, with a mart open seven days a week and three shopping centres you certainly will not be disappointed. The Grafton, Lion Yard and Grand Arcade all offer a variety of leisure and retail options, with many high-street brands, or venture onto the cobbled streets and discover an array of independent boutiques.

Entertainment options are in abundance, from Cambourne Comedy Club, Cambridge Arts Theatre and the Cambridge Corn Exchange, to a plethora of museums and art galleries. There are unquestionably countless things to do and experience in Cambridge, a day visit might not be long enough, so rest up in a cosy bed and breakfast or order room service in a lavish hotel.

There are lots of spots for toruists to enjoy, such as the city's Mathematical Bridge at Queen's College, and a popular way to do this is via a punting tour. It is an ideal way to indulge the city, a slower-pace to enjoy the college backs, historic buildings and scenic river.

The city is in easy reach from King's Lynn via the London train and is only an hour's journey. The city itself is a prime location for commuting, with it's own fantastic rail links meaning that it's an ideal place to travel to reach the north of England.

Cambridge is a beautiful city, steeped in history with a world-renowned university at its heart. This city is an ideal day out and has something for everyone.

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