Rose Crescent

Explore Rose Crescent

This beautiful street connecting Market and Trinity Street houses a fine collection of fashion shops. Look up in Rose Crescent, and you’ll spot the pretty rose crescents on the shop signs. Most of the shops here are fashion related shops. Gardenia, also commonly known as Gardis, is the most famous kebab shop in Cambridge. Especially popular in the early hours of the morning. 

cb travel guide yellow korner

Founded in 2006 by two friends who with the idea and ambition to make art photography accessible for all and YellowKorner the leading publisher of art photography. ( on Market Square)

cb travel guide Fashion

This lovely boutique feels like you step back into one a boutique in Paris or Copenhagen. Elegant Atelier stocks top-end brands like Rixo, King&Tuckfield and Stine Goya.

CB travel guide fantasia

Fantasia is a must-visit! It’s a fascinating emporium of exotic, eclectic, new and vintage clothes, dazzling jewellery, wool Oriental rugs and textiles, curios and gifts.

cb travel guide cellini

Established in 1981, Cellini designs fine jewellery at their own workshop. As a pearl specialist, the company still holds one of the largest selection of pearls in the UK.

rose crescent

This family-run shoe shop at the heart of Cambridge was established in 1876. These expert shoe fitters have a longstanding relationship with Loake Shoes.

made in Cambridge

The department of magical gifts is a dedicated shop selling official Harry Potter merchandise. This independent shop looks and feels like Diagon Alley, takine you into a world of nostalgia.

cb travel guide the cambridge gift shop

The Gift Shop was previously located in the Guild Hall. Perfectly located to pick up a memory of Cambridge or to book a historic city tour. Have a browse, the selection is extensive!

gardenia

The Gardenia Restaurant, known as Gardis, is known as Cambridge’s best kebab house. Just a minute away from the market square, it is widely considered a Cambridge institution.

cb travel guide cheaney

Joseph Cheaney & Sons have been making traditional english shoes in the same small market town of Desborough in the heart of the Northamptonshire  since 1886.

our tip – visit Cambridge open studios

 local artists, craftspeople and designer-makers open their studios to showcase their work

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