30 Aug Cambridge, a name that echoes through history
Cambridge, a name that echoes through history. A city that embodies prestige. Home of Cambridge University, one of the most famous universities in the world.
My parents didn’t go to university and weren’t brought up in England. They hadn’t heard of any other university other than “Cambridge” or “Oxford”. Those were the words of Richard Ayoade.
Words that speak of the impact of this city in the world. This reputation has been achieved through a rich history and names that proudly have walked through the all ways and the cobbled streets . Names such Oliver Cromwell, Charles Darwin and Alan Turing.
A city that doesn’t just offer the standard “old English city” sightseeing experience, but something more.
A mix of modern and traditional, old and new, young and old. A dynamic city full of students, yet the elements of the old and traditional have been preserved. A walk in the streets of Cambridge means a stroll through history. A stunning architecture that surrounds and follows in every step you take.
Not to be forgotten is the river Cam. A relaxing walk over the bridge can be one of the most relaxing yet satisfying experiences throughout a visit in Cambridge. Sleeping calmly in its bed, a breeze creates soft sounds that go perfect with the atmosphere around you.
A cradle of culture and tradition worth visiting.