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Cambridge Tour from London Including a Walking Tour

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At a glance
Category: Tours
Duration: 1 day
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Hop aboard your air-conditioned coach or train at King’s Cross station in central London in the morning, then take your seat for the onward journey through the English countryside to Cambridge. Home to one of the oldest universities in the world, Cambridge boasts a colorful history dating back over 800 years.

On arrival, follow your guide on a 1-hour walking tour and discover top attractions such as the Bridge of Sighs, Queen’s College, and Trinity College. Along the way, admire the medieval churches, museums, and parks for which Cambridge is famous and gain insight into Cambridge’s rich heritage.

When your walking tour comes to an end, enjoy four hours’ free time to explore further at your leisure. Perhaps pop in to The Eagle pub for lunch (own expense), then take a walk on Parker’s Piece — widely considered among Cambridge’s most attractive open spaces.

Alternatively, rent a punt (own expense) and travel in style along the pretty Cam River for panoramic views along the backs of the ancient university buildings. When your time in Cambridge comes to an end, return in comfort to King’s Cross station in London to conclude your tour.
Round-trip travel by air-conditioned coach or train
Food and drinks
Entrance fees
Activity fees


Meeting point
Kings Cross Train Station, London


Jun 2016

This tour was amazing!

Aug 2017

It was excellent but too much walking, probably approximately 5kms from train station to the university and back. We expected to be bused into the university for the walking tour to commence. Wish we had been informed earlier.

Mar 2017

It was a really good small group trip. The only thing I would have wanted is more time to walk around the beautiful cambridge.

Jul 2018

We wandered the station looking for 9 3/4 platform. No one could give us directions. We asked information, security staff, etc. Even the stores at 9 3/4 Harry Potter said they didn't know anything about it. Time was up, so we bought our own tickets to Cambridge, paid for a Hop-on-Hop Off with Punting and had a great time without the Evan Evans tour.

Aug 2017

This tour should be half day. I and the other 4 fellows had way too much idle time with nothing to do. You can also do it yourself to save time and money because the tour does not add any value.

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