Famous around the world for its historic and beautiful university colleges, Cambridge is also a modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan city with numerous theatres, museums, cinemas, places of interest, cafes, restaurants and nightspots.
Not only is Cambridge is a world leader in university education, it offers the student a plethora of choices of things to do and places to visit. You cannot stay in Cambridge without visiting the historic St John’s College or walking along the ‘backs’ of the many colleges that are situated on the River Cam. A visit to Kings College Chapel home of the world famous Kings College choir must also be on your list of things to do. For the more adventurous, punting on a boat on the river is hugely enjoyable.
It goes without saying that Cambridge has a vibrant nightlife with numerous bars and clubs to tempt students to part with their cash and find new friends. In fact we think Cambridge is one of the places we can almost guarantee that you will fall in love with. What are you waiting for ?!
Magdalene College, Cambridge University
Magdalene College, Cambridge University, is located on the bank of the river Cam giving the College a beautifully scenic location. Students can enjoy traditional activities such as punting and croquet. Magnificent architecture, majestic college buildings, quaint passages and historic market places form this beautiful city.
Clare College Cambridge
Clare College is the second oldest Cambridge University College. The beautiful First Court was built in 1326 before the college expanded across the River Cam. The main entrance to Clare is right next to King’s College Chapel and only a few metres from the main King’s Parade road.
Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge - Summer School
Corpus Christi College is the 6th oldest college in Cambridge University, established in 1352, and is one of the most famous and beautiful colleges in the whole university.
The Bell language school in Cambridge is in a campus style setting, up a leafy lane, a short distance from the centre of Cambridge. Walking up the drive you to the main building of the school you get the feeling you are walking along the drive of a home belonging to a rich Lord or Lady.