tour of Cambridge city and university centre
A walking tour of Cambridge city centre seeing the main points of interest of the City and University centres including, Kings College and its lovely Gothic Chapel, the world famous Cavendish Laboratory - scene of so many important discoveries, St Bennets Church - the oldest building in Cambridge, The Eagle pub - where many American airmen 'left their mark' during the second world war, the Corpus Christi golden clock, the University Senate House, Trinity College, the home to Isaac Newton and many other famous scientists, and the busy and interesting Market Square.
Tours can be arranged to start at a time during the day that suits your arrangements
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: meeting point can be an hotel in the city, the Guildhall in the market square or the city tourist information centre.
This can be arranged when booking.
End location: in the market square city centre, your city centre hotel or a location of your choice in the city
Duration: 2 hours
Entry to all University museums and non-charging colleges is included.
My services as a professional guide who is committed to helping you enjoy your visit to this unique city
Entry to Kings College Chapel and charging colleges, food and refreshments are not included
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David is a very kind and knowledgeable man. Having been to Cambridge already several times we were surprised to discover unknown parts. Thanks to David we could experience a very interesting and enjoyable 2 hours guided tour. We would book him again without hesitation. Highly recommended. Conny (Stuttgart/Germany)
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