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City Sightseeing Cambridge: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

1. City Sightseeing Cambridge: 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour

Explore the best of Cambridge with this sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus. Go on a tour of the city's top tourist attractions on an open-topped double-deckers operate via 16 stops all over Cambridge. You can combine your bus tour with a punting tour, with onboard commentary in many languages. Hop on and hop off at any of the stops throughout the day, with the chance to visit the historic city center, the University Colleges, the world-famous Backs and the River Cam, the University Botanic Garden, the Fitzwilliam Museum, the American World War II Memorial, Cemetery at Madingley and more. Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Itinerary Stop 1: Silver Street  Stop 2: Downing Street Stop 3: St Andrews Street Stop 4: Chesterton Street Stop 5: Bridge Street Stop 6: Trinity Street (Sundays Only) Stop 7: Market Street (Sundays Only) Stop 8: Jesus Lane Stop 9: Drummer Street Stop 10: Parkside Stop 11: Hills Road Stop 12: Cambridge Railway Station Stop 13: Trumpington Road Stop 14: The Fitzwilliam Museum Stop 15: Silver Street Stop 16: Queen's Road Stop 17: Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial Stop 18: Madingley Road Stop 19: Grange Road

City Sightseeing Norwich Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. City Sightseeing Norwich Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

In Medieval times Norwich was one of the greatest cities in England. Now dominated by its 12th century Cathedral and Castle, built by the Normans with stone imported from France. The Castle is the County's principle museum. The historic Norwich Anglican Cathedral is well worth a visit. The church, which stands proudly on the city’s skyline, has always been greatly loved by the people of Norfolk and was recently voted Norfolk’s favourite building. Visit the shop, library, catch an organ recital or attend one of the church’s regular events. You will be enchanted by Elm Hill’s famous, cobbled medieval street which is home to a number of speciality shops and cafes. Norwich is now one of the top five shopping destinations in the United Kingdom. Hop off at Theatre Street for Norwich Market and The Forum by Jarrold (Norwich’s flagship, independent department store), for the very best art and gifts of the Eastern region. Castle Meadow offers The Mall and Colman’s Shop & Museum. The stops along the route are as follows: 1. Castle Meadow  2. Cleveland Road  3. Theatre Street  4. Castle Meadow West Side  5. Tombland  6. Britannia Road  7. Riverside Road  8. King Street

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4.2 / 5

based on 73 reviews

This tour gave us an overview of all the colleges and universities in the area. It helped us determine where we would want to spend more time. Wonderful overview of the history of Cambridge.

My German visitors found the tour really informative and easy to use. My only comment is that I felt the cost was quite high.

A great place to see the city from on a very wet and rainy day. Good commentary.

We took two friends who have never visited Norwich before

Great way to see the city if you have limited time.