From the seaside to the countryside, lots of places are easy to visit on a day tour from London. Or you could extend your tour and book a hotel for overnight using EasyToBook.com. They offer a wide range of hotels throughout England. If you are looking for something to play on your journey, perhaps you could try this mobile bingo site.
The university was established
in the thirteenth century by a group of scholars, many of whom had to
leave Oxford due to disagreements with the townspeople there.
It comprises a number of colleges including King's College, which was founded by Henvy VI (he also founded Eton School at the same time). Many are open at certain times to visit.
Famous Cambridge alumni include Samuel Pepys, Oliver Cromwell and, more recently, Stephen Hawking and several of the Monty Python team.
place map and aerial view
Arching from Queens' College over to the opposite bank of the river, the Mathematical
Bridge is probably one of the more popular attractions within Cambridge
Some believe it was so named because it was allegedly constructed without using nails, but it is more likely that its name derives from the fact that it was designed solely on geometrical principles.
Either way, it is a charming and much photographed bridge.
Punting along the River Cam is a leisurely activity for a warm spring
or summer's day.
Punts are available for hire at various points along the river or you can hire a chauffeur to row you along (often doubling as a tour guide.)