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Our Cambridge Favourites: Easter Term Edition

It’s so important to take time away from studying to clear your head and get a break. If you’re in need of inspiration, check out our favourite things to do and places to go in Cambridge for an enjoyable day off!

To eat…

A cosy nook at Indigo Coffee House, 8 St Edward’s Passage, Cambridge.

Indigo

Hot Numbers

Fitzbillies

A warm evening at Bedouin, 98 – 100 Mill Rd, Cambridge.

Bedouin

The Old Bicycle Shop

The Locker

Benets

Bould Brothers

Jack’s Gelato, 6 Bene’t St, Cambridge.

Jack’s Gelato

Aromi

Little Petra


To drink… 

The Eagle, 8 Bene’t St, Cambridge

The Eagle

The Maypole

Novi

Hidden Rooms, 7b Jesus Ln, Cambridge.

Hidden Rooms

Revolution


To get your heart rate up…

A swimmer takes a dip in the Cam.

Wild swimming in the Cam

Jesus Green Lido

The bouldering walls at Kelsey Kerridge, Queen Anne Terrace, A603, Cambridge.

Bouldering

Martial Arts

Archery


And to relax on sunny days…

Punting alongside King’s College, Cambridge.

Punting

The Backs

Castle Mound, Castle St, Cambridge.

Castle Mound

Grantchester

Botanic Gardens


Or in the rain…

The entrance to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, Cambridge.

Fitzwilliam Museum

Heffers

Kettle’s Yard

Inside the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, Downing Street, Cambridge.

Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences

Cambridge Escape Rooms

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