Travel to Cambridge

Click here to book hotels in Cambridge. Search by a number of criteria, such as free breakfast and parking, pet friendly, and more.

Getting to Cambridge

  • By Plane: Click here for the cheapest and most frequent flights to the Cambridge Airport.
  • By Bus: If you’re visiting Cambridge from near by, consider taking the Park and Ride bus to save on driving.

Staying in Cambridge

Travel to Cambridge

Enjoy a cup of tea at the Regent Hotel

  • Cambridge Hotels: Click here to book hotels in Cambridge. Search by a number of criteria, such as free breakfast and parking, pet friendly, and more.
  • Cambridge Hotel Reviews: Click here to find the best hotel for you, whether you’re looking to stay in rustic luxury, in the historic city centre, or a friendly bed and breakfast.

Getting Around Cambridge

  • Public Transportation: There are options available like Citi Busses, punting, cycle hires, and taxi and car hires.
  • Maps: Click here to help pinpoint everything you want to see and do. Or, buy a map for your Kindle here.

Where to Eat

Travel to CambridgeCambridge has hundreds of amazing restaurants, from traditional English food to Italian, Indian, Asian Fusion, and many, many more.

Things to Do


There are so many different options for tours, whether you want to walk, bike, or ride. Go punting down the River Cam. Take a walking tour of Historic Cambridge. Ride the Sightseeing Bus to listen to the history of Cambridge and hop off when you want to further explore an area.


Museums are a great way to learn about the world around us. Check out the University Museum of Zoology to learn more about the animals that inhabit the world with and before us. The Fitzwilliam Museum is one of the oldest museums in Cambridge. Take a break from all the walking and relax in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. Click here for a list of museums in Cambridge.

Arts and Entertainment

Cambridge is home to a number of annual festivals, from delicious ones like the Cambridge Beer Festival and the EAT Cambridge Festival to fun ones like the Duxford Air ShowClick here for a full list of annual festivals.

It is also a lively arts city, full of street performers and professional theatres. The Cambridge Corn Exchange, Mumford Theatre, and Cambridge Arts Theatre always have performances running from children’s shows to Shakespearean plays, to ballets and modern dance, and symphonies.

ShoppingGrand Arcade Entrance (Orangefred) Travel to Cambridge

Cambridge is full of quirky boutiques and souvenir shops. You can lose yourself wandering the city streets visiting shop after shop or you can check out one of the shopping centres. The Market Square has been selling goods for thousands of years while the Grafton Shopping Centre and the Grand Arcade are much newer.