Cambridge is a lovely city in England, located in the county of Cambridgeshire. Like the rest of England, the pound (£) is the currency of choice and the climate is mild no matter the season. Holiday goers flock to the area due to the many historical sites as well as the city’s proximity to London. While on your Cambridge holidays, be sure to visit:
Founded in 1546, the college allows visitors a chance to view the famed apple tree that led to Sir Isaac Newton to develop his theory of gravity.
One of the most famous and oldest universities in the world, Cambridge University is full of stunning architecture and beautiful grounds.
An expansive mansion, the outside is stunning itself but visitors to the inside will be impressed with the collection of paintings and other artwork that adorn the walls.
The church is only one of four medieval churches that are left in existence. The circular fashion of the building gives it its name.
Those visitors that love architecture and history will find no better site than King’s College. Built in the mid-15th century, the college boasts medieval architecture that will have tourists feeling like they’ve stepped back in time.
American Military Cemetery
Built in 1943, the 30.5 acre cemetery is the final resting place of those American soldiers who gave their lives in World War II.