Pay a visit to the university town of Cambridge in Cambridgeshire, located in the East of England. There is a population of 130,000 residents, with students making up a large proportion of this population. One of the best ways to check out the city is booking a place on a tour, its up to you if you decide for a walking tour or a bus tour, do definitely however avoid the walking tour in the winter months! Check out the University campus with its magnificent buildings and architecture as well as the King's College Chapel and The River Cam, a river which flows through the town. Why not hire a boat and cruise down the river on a warm summers day. The St Bene't's Church is also worth seeing and is one of the country's oldest churches.
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Search for holiday homes Cambridge and holiday apartments Cambridge and you will not be disappointed with the properties and your holiday! Even though it is only a town, Cambridge has many events taking place throughout the year. The Strawberry Fair is a free music and arts event that takes place in the first week of June. Visitors and residents attend every year and it is truly an extravaganza for everyone with a range of music artists and performers who hit the stage every year. The Cambridge Film Festival is one of the biggest film festivals in the UK and often shows a variety of international and independent films.
There is numerous galleries and museums in Cambridge which will keep you occupied for those hours during the day, and for the evening, there are plenty of restaurants that offer a wide range of cuisine as well as bars and pubs for those party animals who prefer to stay up later! If you fancy a day trip to a different location, head to Peterborough for a location enriched in history and British culture.
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The scenery and culture here in Cambridge can also be found in Heidelberg, a wonderful city located in Southern Germany but does however contrast to Cambridge in its German heritage and history. If you are wanting to expand your holiday and want to visit other English cities, Brighton, London and Birmingham are easily accessible with public transport and the journey is not that long from Cambridge. Enjoy your holiday!