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Cambridge is home to one of the most famous Universities in the World. The oldest college, Peterhouse, was founded in 1284. The ancient city centre is well preserved, with a wide range of historic buildings and sights for the visitor to enjoy.

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YHA Cambridge

YHA Cambridge

Nicely located about 20 minutes walk from the town centre. Facilities are basic but good. Was a touch noisy, but that was certain guests, not the whole place. Overall quite good. ... more

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Cambridge Discussions

  • A month in (mostly) Cambridge
    Hello, my husband and I are travelling to Cambridge for the month of March on a fellowship. We are currently looking for short-term accomodations in town for this extended work/travel stayand would like any suggestions or even price-ranges to expect for a daily/weekly/monthly rental. Thank you. Also any ...

  • From Cambridge to Paris
    I'm going to be a 17 year old student traveling alone, and I need an easy way to get from Cambridge to Paris easily and I had two options in mind. Option one: I will have access to a shuttle ...

  • London and Cambridge transport/hotsels
    Hello all! A friend of mine invited me to stay with her in Cambridge in August and I just may ...

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Cambridge Blog Entries

  • My third day
    I was got up at 7.I had breakfast,I was dressed,I washed and then I was went to school. The frist l ...
    Posted in My Experience in England, Cambridge by miriampistorio

  • Old stuff overload!
    With a sunnier day in store, I walked into Cambridge. It doesn't take long to be assaulted by the history here – it's almost overwhelming because everywhere you turn there is another ancient building – either a church or a Cambridge college. It also doesn't take long to get assaulted by tour groups ...
    Posted in Uk Trip by burgeea

  • November 26 2010
    It didn't seem to get down much below zero last night, so today we decided to take a chance and drive over to Cambridge (just 25 miles). Parking is just about impossible in the city, so the various Park and Ride locations are the go (2.30 GBP return) although it's still a slow ride in on the bus ...
    Posted in Jeni and Kevin's Travels 2010 by kforge

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YHA Cambridge
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YHA Cambridge

97 Tenison Road Cambridgeshire, CB1 2DN (Map) - Hostel
Nicely located about 20 minutes walk from the town centre. Facilities are basic but good. Was a touch noisy, but that was certain guests, not the whole place. Overall quite good.
Abbeyfield Guest House
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Abbeyfield Guest House

2 Rustat Road (Map) - Hostel