Cambridgeshire is a county in England. The county is the same as the district level in Indonesia. The County shares its borders with Norfolk, Essex, Hertfordshire, Lincolnshire, Suffolk, and Bedfordshire.
Many beautiful places are the main attraction of this place. Starting from markets, and cathedrals, to world-famous universities, can be visited here. Here are six tourist destinations in Cambridgeshire, England that make you want to go on vacation!
Cambridge is also a county located in Cambridgeshire. The county is home to one of the world’s best universities, the University of Cambridge. The county is located on River Cam and has several interesting tourist destinations, such as the Church of the English Martyrs and the Chapel tower of St John’s College.
The city is also a haven for people who love football, cricket, rugby, and water sports. In addition, here there is also an art theater and museum. Music lovers will also be pampered with a music festival held, along with living music venues that can be visited by many people.
- St Ives
St Ives is a place where trade was carried out in medieval times via the Great Ouse River, which was connected to London by road. Now, this area has turned into a market town. There is a Monday Market and a Friday Market which are full of visitors.
Meanwhile, some events are quite popular here, namely Michaelmas Fair and Farmers Market. Additionally, popular landmarks include St Ives Bridge and Holt Island.
Ely is a magnificent monument in Cambridgeshire. This monument is also an isolated cathedral in the medieval past. This monument looks very striking even from a distance because of its splendor.
This monument which is designed with Romanesque architecture has a Gothic architectural design on it. The outside of the building is also very stunning with an octagonal tower. The cathedral also has arches filled with ornaments. Not to forget, the dome is very high and designed in a gothic style.
Peterborough is a cathedral city with a flat topography. This place became an important industrial city in Cambridgeshire. In addition, Peterborough is also a manufacturing and trading center.
Peterborough Cathedral is a famous landmark that retains the look and design of an early twelfth-century Gothic church. This cathedral is a stunning monument with medieval architecture.
Wisbech is a market town fed by the Nene River. The city’s famous attractions are theater and drama, one of which is the Angles Theater which features the Wisbech Players, a well-known drama troupe.
There is a Rose Fair held at the church in the summer every year and has flower displays and a float parade.
Huntingdon is a traditional county popular as a market town. In this city, there are rare flora species such as flowers and grasses. There is also a rare dragonfly that is only found here.
The city is also famous for its horse racing, so many tourists enjoy the game or just a horse racing course. Football is also a popular sport in this city.
How the charm is not canned, right? Seriously, I’m speechless, even though I’ve only seen the photos and descriptions, here. These seven places have charms that attract tourists, of course, you too. Ready for a vacation to England?