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Destination Airport:Marshall Airport Cambridge UK

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Known globally as a hub of education, Cambridge is a university town in eastern England. It is located on the River Cam, about 50 miles from London. The city is home to University of Cambridge and several high-technology companies in the bioscience and software space. Historically, Cambridge was a major trading center during the Viking and Roman periods. Settlement in the region can be traced back to the Bronze Age. Today, students make a major percentage of the local population and annual events such as the Cambridge Beer Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Cambridge Science Festival and Strawberry Fair take place here. Major attractions in Cambridge are Great St. Mary’s Church, Round Church, Polar Museum, King’s Parade, and more.
Things to do in Cambridge

Fitzwilliam Museum

A part of the University of Cambridge, the Fitzwilliam Museum is an antiquities and art museum. Founded in 1816, it is a major museum funded by the Arts Council England. Visitors can access the museum for free and explore the five departments found here. The extensive collection includes Coins and medals, applied arts, paintings, printed books, drawings, antiquities, manuscripts, and more. Artifacts from Greece, Egypt, Rome, Asia and all over Europe are on display here. Art from Titian, Rubens, Picasso, Rembrandt, Monet, Renoir, and more, is featured here.

King's College Chapel

The King’s College Chapel was founded in 1441 by Henry VI. It is an excellent example of English craftsmanship and a part of one of the oldest colleges of Cambridge University. The chapel has beautiful stain glass windows and an elaborate ceiling. The Adoration of the Magi by Rubens hangs in the chapel and is surely the highlight here. The chapel also houses an exhibition on the construction of the chapel with models, pictures and artworks.

Bridge of Sighs

The Bridge of Sighs was built in 1831 and is a part of the grounds of St. John’s College. Designed by Henry Hutchinson, the covered bridge is among the most popular tourist attractions in the city. It is extremely picturesque and can also be spotted on a boat tour. The elegant structure has neo-gothic elements.

Best time to fly to Cambridge
Average temperature varies greatly in Cambridge. The best time to visit Cambridge is during February, March and August when the weather is comfortable. Flights to Cambridge will be most expensive during these months, you can save if you book in advance.
Airports
The nearest airport to take Cambridge flights from is London Stansted Airport, which is located roughly 50 kms south of the city. The international airport offers cargo services in addition to scheduled flights. London Stansted Airport is a focus city for easyJet, Jet2.com, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines, TUI Airways, Titan Airways, and BA CityFlyer. Major Airlinesoffer flights to Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Lisbon, Copenhagen, and more.
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