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Cambridge is the place to visit to be inspired by the many museums and art galleries, where you will get to experience and admire the beautiful architecture and college buildings. Take advantage of the passages set around the historic market place. Take your time to go shopping in well-known branded shops and when you have made the most of this extraordinary place take the time to relax in one of the many restaurants, pubs or cafés Cambridge has to offer. There is plenty to do for a jam packed day here!

In Greenwich we'll see the famous Meridian line and its famous observatory that marks GMT and the international time-zones. There is also the exciting Greenwich market to explore and find unique things to remember your trip by!



Colleges and Museums

Join us for a visit to the Fitzwilliam museum, “one of the greatest art collections of the nation and a monument of the first importance”. Cambridge, one of the best known of England's universities, today boasts some 31 colleges and 10,000 students. Each college traditionally houses cloister-like courts, a dining hall and chapel. Come and visit Kings college and Trinity Hall with us and discover how it feels to be a Cambridge University student yourself!



The punting boats have become one of the most popular ways to see the famous bridges and colleges along the River Cam. Your chauffeured tour will pass under 8 bridges including the Bridge of Sighs and the Mathematical Bridge. Here you can take time to absorb the magnificent surroundings of the city and take in all its history.

Quaint and village-like Greenwich is a delightful place to spend the morning. We visit the top of the hill in London’s oldest Royal park - here we are offered a stunning panoramic view of London... we discover the history and significance of the Royal Observatory, the Meridian Line and Greenwich Mean Time. At the bottom of the hill next to the River Thames we see the Cutty Sark, which built in 1869, was the fastest sailing ship of her day - and also see England’s tallest building. We have free time to enjoy the famous market and Greenwich’s other attractions.

We continue our journey to Cambridge, where our tour leader takes us on a walking tour of this charming market town which boasts an extraordinar combination of rural tranquility and architectural splendor. You discover why Cambridge is famed for the excellence of its university. We visit Trinity College, the largest in Cambridge. It was here that Isaac Newton, inspired by a falling apple, formulated the law of gravity.

We visit the Fitzwilliam museum one of the oldest and most important in England. Here we can enjoy fine works of art by Cezanne and Picasso amongst others. You also have the opportunity to visit King’s College Chapel a ‘must see’ for any visitor to England. Superb woodwork and stained glass windows combine with the stonework to form an architectural miracle. After you have time to shop at the Saturday market, or go punting on the River Cam.



Return travel by executive coach
Services of an experienced tour leader
Guided tour of Greenwich, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Photo stop at the Meridian Line, in Greenwich Park
Souvenir hunting in Greenwich’s Saturday market
Guided tour of Cambridge University including Henry VIII’s Trinity College, and King’s College Chapel
Visit the Fitzwilliam Museum (admission free)
Try ‘punting’ on the river Cam (optional extra charge)


Cambridge Greenwich Map


The River Cam runs through the heart of Cambridge enabling you to enjoy fantastic views of the world famous Cambridge College ‘Backs’ from the comfort of a traditional Cambridge Punt.

Cambridge Punting from £4