Top five things to see and do in Cambridge on an autumnal city break
The historic city of Cambridge is waiting to be explored this autumn for those travellers seeking a relaxing break, allowing the chance to delve deeper into this magnificent destination. Visitors will be enchanted by Cambridge’s history and heritage, cultural offerings, events, cosy restaurants and leafy walks, perfect for a long weekend or midweek break as the days get shorter.
Top five things to see and do in Cambridge this summer
This summer, the historic city of Cambridge invites holidaymakers to venture along its quaint streets to discover brand new boutique accommodations, exciting attractions and unrivalled al fresco dining throughout the charming city centreand its lush green spaces beyond.
Did you know that the Love Cambridge Gift Card can be spent at more than 200 businesses, from independent and High Street shops to restaurants and galleries? Invest in one today to support the city’s brilliant retailers this Christmas
Whilst 2020 has been a challenging year for many, Cambridge is open and the city’s retailers, cafés, hotels, restaurants and attractions have been working incredibly hard to ensure they can safely welcome back residents and visitors to enjoy our fabulous city.
Why the Love Cambridge Gift Card is the Perfect Gift
Give the Love Cambridge Gift Card & Support Local Businesses. Take the guesswork out of buying a gift. The Love Cambridge Gift Card is accepted by a huge variety of businesses from shops and restaurants, cafes and bars to hairdressers and beauty salons, plus much more.
Support Local; Help Sustain Cambridge Independents!
Shop Local. Eat Local. Love Local. Cambridge is spoilt for choice when it comes to unique, quirky shops, restaurants and cafes. With over 250 independents to choose from, these businesses need your support more than ever!
‘You’ time is back – six ways to indulge yourself in Cambridge
As autumn approaches, it is pleasing that some things are back to normal. Schools have returned, the Premier League and English Football League are about to start and Australia are here to play cricket. The Tour De France is also back in full swing. This all provides a great opportunity for parents, who have had children at home for many months, to visit Cambridge and indulge in some retail, beauty, leisure and maybe sports therapy while their young ones catch up on learning.
Safely welcoming visitors come back to Cambridge city centre
We and our partners have put in place a range of safety measures to support social distancing as businesses in the city centre begin to reopen. The practical measures will help you visit and shop in the city centre safely and conveniently. We have introduced the following measures around the city centre:
We have another great guest blog from LockHouse Escape Games - a proud local business in Cambridge! This week they are talking about some of the ways in which small businesses are a crucial part of the local community.
The perfect mix of beautifully historic past and vibrant, welcoming present, Cambridge is (in the definitely unbiased opinion of local Cambridge business LockHouse Escape Games who are guest blogging this week) one of the most special places to visit in the UK. Here are some of the unique things Cambridge has to offer!
Quintessentially Cambridge: 5 Things to See and Do
Cambridge is a beautiful place with a variety of iconic activities that are charmingly unique to this historical city. Whether rain or shine, there’s something educational, inspiring or fun to do, and here are 5 of our favourites.
Cambridge is full of options when it comes to food, so we’ve done the legwork for you and scoured the city for the most delicious spots. This list includes some of the best independent restaurants that you should consider for your next evening out in town.