From the dreaming spires of academia to futuristic biotechnology innovators, Cambridge is a city that inspires in every sense - as academic civility mixes with innovative new business to create a tangible buzz, from the centre out to ‘Silicon Fen’.
There’s no shortage of ways to discover Cambridge: come here for a magical day midst the colleges in town, pop over to see Ely’s magnificent cathedral or head for the Fens beyond.
You can reach Cambridge on a variety of services and operators, including First Capital Connect services from London King’s Cross, National Express East Anglia from Norwich, Ipswich and London Liverpool Street, and CrossCountry services between Birmingham and Stansted Airport.
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Take a punt on a visit to Cambridge and it would be rude not to take a punt on the River Cam. Meanwhile, you can pay homage to Pink Floyd by visiting the band’s old haunts in the town, or get thoroughly academic with a stroll around the colleges of the town’s two universities which collectively serve over 30,000 students.
Cambridge station has one of the longest platforms in the UK – it’s essentially one grand platform handling most current train movements, so you can see a whole lot without having to move very far.
Cambridge Station - http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/CBG.html
22 St Andrew's St
Cambridgeshire CB2 3BU