Cambridge is a beautiful city which has profoundly shaped the world we live in. The University and its 31 colleges dominate the centre but this traditional architecture sits side by side with dramatic modern buildings, together housing both ancient pubs and modern bars and brasseries.
Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire have stunning countryside and lovely market towns, and with the city of Cambridge they cater for everyone’s requirements - whether you are looking for a relaxing break or an activity-packed weekend.
In Cambridge you can meander around the independent shops near the historic market place or explore the brand new shopping areas home to all the high street favourites. Cambridge is a lovely city to walk round though hiring punts will give you a more interesting view and lends itself to riverside picnics.
You may want to time your visit around one of the festivals and events that take place in Cambridge and not forgetting the infamous Footlights Review - birthplace of comedy giants Peter Cook, Stephen Fry, David Mitchell and the Monty Python team. If you are lucky, you can check out the latest Footlights offering at the ADC Theatre.
The countryside of the two counties is home to many outdoor pursuits with Cambridgeshire in particular being home to a wide variety of water based activities: from narrow boats to wind surfing. Cambridge and its surrounding counties can cater for all your entertainment needs whether it's dining and dancing, or city bars and nightclubs, you’ll be sure to have a great weekend.
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