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Inside Background
The University of Cambridge alone has architecture that spans centuries.  Royal...
Last edited: 17 June 2006
Cambridge has about as much crime as a small city should: not very much. The...
Last edited: 05 October 2006
While Cambridge is usually associated with the nearly 800-year old university...
Last edited: 27 August 2011
Cherry Hinton Cherry Hinton lies about four miles South-East of the city centre...
Last edited: 28 December 2011
Guidebooks Itchy Insider's Guide to Cambridge , 2004 Pod CityGuide -- Cambridge...
Last edited: 14 March 2007
The city of Cambridge has a couple of informative web pages. It would be...
Last edited: 08 December 2013
Like in the rest of the UK, it's not exactly easy to predict the weather in...
Last edited: 14 March 2007
If you are an American visiting Cambridge, here are recommend attractions:  1...
Last edited: 17 June 2015
Laundromats: South East Monarch Coin-Op 161 Mill Road, CB1 3AN The Swiss...
Last edited: 16 November 2009
Inside Transportation
Getting to Cambridge: By train: Train services from London King's Cross are run...
Last edited: 30 May 2013
Walk Cambridge city centre only covers a very small area, so it's easy enough...
Last edited: 03 September 2015
As a city that experiences hundreds of tourists a day its user-friendliness may...
Last edited: 02 October 2014
If you're driving around cambridge, there are various on- and off-street...
Last edited: 20 September 2015
Inside Things to Do
Strawberry Fair is a one day event of music and stalls inspired 30 years ago as...
Last edited: 15 June 2009
Cambridge is idyllic for families. Though it’s technically a college town, you...
Last edited: 16 June 2006
If you have....  1 day: Go to the market square. Grab a cup of coffee from Cafe...
Last edited: 28 April 2014
The nightlife in Cambridge revolves around the pub, but don’t expect to find a...
Last edited: 14 June 2014
Almost everything in Cambridge is “off the beaten path,” so to speak, because...
Last edited: 01 January 2015
John Cleese, Ali G, Hugh Laurie, and Douglas Adams: what do these celebrities...
Last edited: 27 October 2014
Three main shopping malls in the city center are Grand Arcade, Lion Yard (both...
Last edited: 20 September 2015
Punting is the unofficial sport of Cambridge, and those who are even slightly...
Last edited: 17 June 2006
The third week of June is known as "May Week" among university students. This...
Last edited: 14 June 2009
Cambridge Muslims and Mosque  The cultural and religious society for Cambridge...
Last edited: 15 April 2006
Granta Punt Hire Company has 35 different boats available to take for a...
Last edited: 09 September 2010
Mayhem is a clothing store that features, funky clothes (Yumi, Billabong...
Last edited: 13 April 2009
If you want to find out more about St Andrew the Great church, Cambridge, or to...
Last edited: 05 January 2008
St John's College is well worth a visit, it's one of the most interesting in...
Last edited: 08 May 2006
Inside Dining Scene
Many of Cambridge’s restaurants cater to University students, but visitors will...
Last edited: 06 July 2010
Sam Smiley on Trumpington Street has some great sandwiches and pastries at...
Last edited: 30 October 2015
Inside United Kingdom: For Foreign Visitors
Currency The currency of the United Kingdom is the Pound Sterling (£).  In...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
The United Kingdom is not part of the Schengen passport-free travel area which...
Last edited: 12 April 2015
The Emergency Numbers in the UK are 999 or 112. The operator will ask which...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
The first thing that visitors from outside the United Kingdom...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
FIRE, POLICE, AMBULANCE, COASTGUARD, MOUNTAIN and CAVE RESCUE (emergency only...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
Tipping Context  Tipping is not expected in the UK in the way it is in other...
Last edited: 01 September 2016
From 6th November 2006 until further notice, strict rules regarding liquids...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
In all cases, for hiring a car you will need a valid credit card, preferably...
Last edited: 07 July 2016
For most foreign visitors the British drive on "the wrong side" of the road...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
If you Google for "eating out in Britain" you will find lots of tourism...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
Christmas is just 5 weeks away and it is the best time to travel amazing...
Last edited: 22 November 2013
Before you learn to drive or ride a new vehicle make sure you know about the...
Last edited: 14 September 2015
Motorway Service Areas are leased out to various operators, mostly companies...
Last edited: 06 October 2010
The UK postal service is known as Royal Mail. Royal Mail Group Ltd is the...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
Sleeper Trains link London with various Scottish cities and the South-West...
Last edited: 03 June 2015
So, you've planned to visit the UK, do a bit of driving while you're here and...
Last edited: 24 May 2015
For the Dutch: Tapping the side of the forehead in the UK means you are stupid...
Last edited: 24 May 2015
The United Kingdom's railway network is the oldest in the world, having existed...
Last edited: 11 June 2015
Great Britain invented the train with the first passenger service opening...
Last edited: 25 April 2015
Here are a few Apps for use with various SmartPhone and Tablet devices around...
Last edited: 04 March 2016
Winnie the Pooh, Alice in Wonderland, Thomas the Tank Engine, The Hobbit...
Last edited: 21 December 2015
Some people find that travelling without a car in the UK is simple.  All you...
Last edited: 24 May 2015
With nearly 200,000km of well-maintained footpaths, one of the best ways to see...
Last edited: 24 July 2012