Cambridge, in eastern England, is known for its many famous and prestigious schools such as University of Cambridge, King’s College and Trinity College. These with beautiful buildings and peaceful campuses with commons and courtyards. Fun fact: University of Cambridge was founded in 1209 and is the third-oldest surviving university.
This city is a must visit as it is listed as one of the most beautiful cities in the world! Take a walking tour in the cobble-stoned downtown, enjoy a picnic in the park or enjoy many of the different museums, there are endless things to do.
King’s College Chapel
Check out the largest fan-vault ceiling in the world and one of the best wooden carvings in England, the rood screen that was famously build for Anne Boleyn from Henry VIII.
St. John’s College
Visit one of the largest and oldest universities in Cambridge. This campus boasts masterful architectural buildings, green and open commons, and impressive educational history.
This market place has been running since the Middle Ages and is still going strong! From Monday-Sunday, 10am-4pm you can visit for food, goods, crafts and more!