Cambridge is for all seasons. Situated only 45 minutes away from London by train, this pretty university city never fails to attract lots of visitors. Staying a day never feels enough because there is so much to see and do. Whether you are taking a leisurely punt down the River Cam, meandering over numerous commons to Grantchester or helping yourself to food, music and culture.
Taking inspiration from her valued food tour guests, local food blogger and founder of Cambridge Food Tour, Gerla de Boer, decided to create the ultimate Cambridge Travel Guide. Though they were locals, they felt like strangers in their own home town. Many had difficulty locating information on the goings-on in Cambridge and wished for a central hub to make it easier.
During the first lockdown, in 2020, Gerla answered their call and created the Cambridge Travel Guide, bringing all the activities Cambridge has to offer together on one centralised portal. You can find exciting independent businesses, pop up events, street food markets, special events and local restaurants. And that is not all. The Cambridge Travel Guide will keep you in the loop with vibrant festivals celebrating Cambridge’s rich cultural diversity, food and music.
The ‘What’s On Agenda’ is the main feature likely to catch your attention. Whilst bringing you the headline festivals, the Agenda is also brimming with daily activities for you to take your pick; try your hand at punting, a leisurely biking tour, a wandering history tour to drink in Cambridge's history or wet the palate with a food tour.
Keep an eye out on our social media for regular updates whilst we are working hard to get the ultimate Cambridge Travel Guide up and running.
Keen to find out more or want to be included in our What's On Agenda? Drop us a line, and we'll get to you as soon as possible.