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Cambridge - from the majestic college buildings to the unique variety of independent shops mingled around the historic market place.

A great cultural city, visitors can revel in a great variety of entertainment in a number of venues, with comedy, theatre and everything in between. And if you're just there to relax and take in the atmosphere, take your seat in your choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants and watch the world go by.

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Cheap train tickets to Cambridge

If you know that you are travelling to Cambridge ahead of time you have a great chance of securing a cheap train ticket because you can plan and book in advance. This type of ticket is called an Advance ticket. You can book your train tickets up to 12 weeks in advance of departure.

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Things to do in Cambridge

Punting

The "must-do" on a visit to this great city! Get a unique view of some of Cambridge's iconic landmarks - including King's College Chapel, the Bridge of Sighs and The Wren Library at Trinity Collage - while you drift along the River Cam.

Film and TV locations

Cambridge and its surrounding areas have played backdrop to a number of big-budget films and classic TV series. 2015 saw the release of The Theory of Everything - a biopic of renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking - which was filmed on Cambridge's cobbled streets and at the University of Cambridge's colleges where he studied.

Parks and Gardens

To really get away from it all, take a stroll through one of Cambridge's many open spaces and beautiful gardens. Christ's Pieces and Jesus Green are two of the largest, situated in the centre of the city, and for a classic view of the colleges over the River Cam, wander to The Cambridge Backs. Why not round off your mini-adventure with afternoon tea?

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