Cambridge

This historic city shares many similarities with Oxford but it enjoys a much less hurried pace and attracts fewer tourists than its larger rival. Cambridge is also a thriving base for an increasing number of high-tech businesses although its famous university still dominates the city. The 31 colleges of Cambridge University – England’s second-oldest – have educated many notable figures including Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking, not to mention John Cleese and Eric Idle.

Sights and activities in Cambridge

Places to stay in Cambridge

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