Free walking tours in Cambridge


Best things to do and see in Cambridge

Cambridge is one of the university cities par excellence of the United Kingdom (of the oldest along with Oxford) as well as the capital of the county of Cambridgeshire. It is located one hour from London and the Cam River is precisely who gives the city its name (Cam River Bridge). The prestigious University of Cambridge is one of the main attractions of this English town, being the King's College Chapel and the Library the most outstanding buildings within the entire university complex.

If you are looking for best things to do and see in Cambridge, a free tour accompanied by a local guide who knows the city will help you visit the essential places as well as the history and culture of this English city. Some of the most emblematic sites are the Botanical Garden of the University, The Backs, Mathematical Bridge or the Sighs, the art gallery Kettle's Yard, Great St. Mary’s church or The Round Church, Park Park's Piece or the Trinity College parks: South Paddock and North Paddock or catch one of the boats (punts) and navigate the River Cam. In addition to visiting some interesting museums such as the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Archaeological and Anthropological Museum, the Museum of Zoology of the University, the Museum of Earth Sciences of Sedgwick.

Being able to visit all these points of interest depends on the free walking tour of Cambridge that you choose. Each tour has opinions from travelers who have already done the different tours with ratings on the gurus that have accompanied them. Other cities in the United Kingdom that also have this type of guided tours are Brighton, Liss and Edinburgh.