Cambridge, situated in the beautiful county of Cambridge shire, England is an abode of Daffodils and Crocuses. The cattle’s grazing by in the green open spaces of the county is a usual scene for the visitors. The beautiful view of the King’s College Chapel across the Cam River keeps the tourists rapt. The city has always been acknowledged as the centre for science and technology. The University of Cambridge nurtures a pool of think-tanks, scientists and engineers, which in turn add to the cultural realm of the city. Cambridge is flanked on all sides by heritage towns, villages, and ancient monuments. It is not just the hum-drum tourists who get smitten by the stunning architecture of Cambridge, but it was also acclaimed by the Forbes Magazine as ‘one of the most beautiful cities of the world’. The University of Cambridge is an amalgamation of many colleges like the King’s College Chapel, Queen’s College, St. Johns College, Trinity College and more. Cambridge is renowned for preserving the country’s biggest collection of antiquities and arts created by international artists in its museums and galleries. Taking a stroll along the exhibition area of Fitzwilliam Museum will be best for contemporary art lovers. Relish the journey to the natural world of Botanical Garden, and explore the history of aviation at the Imperial War Museum. Make your stay at Cambridge a memorable one by walking along the banks of the river Cam, and try a hand at punting. The open gardens of Cambridge- Christ’s Pieces and Jesus Garden, both offer a wonderful retreat from the busy city life.
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