Cambridge in General Reviews
Description:The city of Cambridge is an old English university town and the administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire. ... more
Newest Review: ... price in my opinion. The park and ride bus stop is just outside Cambridge and again is well signposted. Here you will also find the John Lewis pick up goods depot which is handy as well if you have bought anything from John Lewis. There is a vast amount of parking at the Park and Ride, parking is "free" but the bus will cost you approximately £2.50 per person each way which I think ... more
Customer Cambridge in General Reviews (21)
by - written on 28/09/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Cambridge is located in the county of Cambridgeshire, East Anglia about 50 miles north-by-east of London. We live fairly near Cambridge and like to go now and again for a nice day out. Of Course, Cambridge is known around the world for its university and millions of tourists flock here every year to see the University, I know this as there are always hundreds of people when we are there, American and Japanese tourists mostly so the place is always packed and crowded but if you look past the crowds you will definitely enjoy your day. Getting there: My first recommendation about getting there is to use the park and ride system. Parking in Cambridge is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
We have just come back from a weekend away in Bedfordshire, we visited Cambridge for the day on Saturday. I had never been before and wasn't quite sure what to expect - probably the best way to go! I just thought there was a nice old university there with a river! and there would probably be losts of nice shops! I'm not really into shopping for hours so we decided to go and have a look around the sites. We parked in the shopping centre, in the centre, which was probably a mistake and a bit expensive to say the least - we paid £6 for 3hours and it went up from there! there is a park and ride which I would probably use another time. It was nice in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Useful, 26 readings)
I think it is tad unfair to leave your reviews on certain things because it is a matter of a taste. Like music, or food, or Cambridge! Therefore whether you like it or not depends on what you are looking for in the city. Cambridge is very beautiful, I agree with most of the reviews posted previously. It has long list of universities and colleges worth seeing (another question that to get in and actually have a look you will have to pay a price). There is nice river, decent pubs by the river. Well, that is about its good side. Now. Cambridge is very expensive. Expect London prices for accommodation and food and probably entertainment. I still have no idea why ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
It's been a while, and the prices have gone up, but one of the most romantic places to visit (especially if you're really into history like me) is Cambridge. This place, one of England's greatest historical cities, is definitely a treat. The streets are packed with interesting curios - little cobblestone walkways off the main roads hiding antique bookstores or chocolatiers in their narrowness - and the colleges themselves are full of history. Everywhere you walk, there is something for everyone. Feeling hungry? There are a variety of choices available from bakeries, to pubs serving good fare, or restaurants catering to different specialties. Shopping for something ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09, updated on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Hi only live 30 minutes drive from Cambridge, i would say this is a medium than rather than a large city with a population of around 110,000 probably more. Being a University city Cambridge is a very vibrant and lively city, with a relaxed atmosphere. There are plenty of bars, pub and clubs with plenty of venues to find live music and enterainment also. There are 2 large shopping centres as well as a city centre with a vast selection of stores both chain and independent. There are plenty of family run restaurants, and all the other restaurant chains you would expect to see in the city. Takeaway outlets here are in abundance. Personally i would find ... Read the complete review
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