Transfer from Gatwick Airport to Cambridge
Cambridge is a place of great beauty, comprising numerous architectural masterpieces as well and amazing sceneries.
Bellow we have described some of the most beautiful attractions located in Cambridge:
The Backs located behind the colleges, on the shore of the river remind of ancient England and comprise the rear grounds of Magdalene, St.John’s, Trinity, Trinity Hall, Clare, King’s, Queen’s. Historically, much of this land was used by the colleges for grazing livestock or growing fruit but today is a place of walks and relaxation.
Cambridge’s Botanical Garden is an excellent location where you can spend a few hours away from the noise of the colleges. Open to the public since 1846, the garden hosts some of the most important botanical collections and over 10,000 species.
Kettles Yard isn’t really a museum but mostly functions as one housing a beautiful collection of art. Among the artists represented include Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, Ben Nicholson, David Jones, Barbara Hepworth, Henri Gaudier-Brzeski and Henry Moore.
Great St Mary Church is a beautiful building from the 15th century. From the tower, you can see a wonderful view of the entire city.
Round Church also called the Church of the Holy Grave has some beautiful porticoes. The circular shape of the church imitates entirely upon that of the Holy Grave Church in Jerusalem.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Cambridge by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Cambridge by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to St Pancras Low Level Station in a journey that will last approximately 46 minutes. From St Pancras Low Level you will have to get to Kings Cross Station, where you will be able to take another train to Cambridge. Other transport options include taking a minicab transfer from Gatwick Airport or Kings Cross Station to Cambridge.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Cambridge by Car:
In order to get from Gatwick Airport to Cambridge by car, you have to take the M25 motorway followed by the M11. The distance between Gatwick Airport and Cambridge is of 96.7 miles.
Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Cambridge by Minicab:
A minicab Transfer from London Gatwick Airport to Cambridge with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. The Gatwick Airport Transfer to Cambridge will cost approximately 133 GBP for a saloon car.
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