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Cambridge: Guided Punting Tour

1. Cambridge: Guided Punting Tour

Discover Cambridge University on a guided punting tour along the River Cam. Hear more about student life as you see some of the historic colleges of one of the world's most reputable universities. This punting tour covers the entire length of the River Cam, along which the colleges of Cambridge University are located. Soak up more than 800 years of history as you take in the historic sights. Relax in comfortable seats that feature traditional cushions and blankets. Enjoy interesting historic commentary from your punter, along with some amusing Cambridge punting stories. The 7 colleges featured on the tour boast some of the most illustrious and influential alumni to have graduated from Cambridge. Hear tales of student life, academic and social, from Isaac Newton to Prince Charles.

Punting in Cambridge Shared Tour

2. Punting in Cambridge Shared Tour

Enjoy the best Cambridge punting tour on the River Cam and glide along the famous, private and sublime College Backs. Discover the secrets and inspiring history of the city from our award-winning guides. Punted by your own chauffeur, travel under eight bridges, including the famous Bridge of Sighs. Glide past the Wren Library, and the Mathematical Bridge. See the pristine gardens and soak up the views of the stunning King's College Chapel. Relax as your guides tell you interesting facts and stories that focus on Cambridge. You'll hear more on its renowned university, and the riverside colleges as well as the spectacular buildings that you pass as you glide through the College Backs. Book a place on our shared tour. Punts seat up to 12 people, with seats sold in rows of up to 3 people. Boats are dressed with plush cushions, snug blankets are equipped with little tables. Should you need, umbrellas are available for a spot of shade or rain.

Cambridge: City Highlights Walking Tour

3. Cambridge: City Highlights Walking Tour

Learn from your expert local guide and make the most of your time during your stay in Cambridge. Guides are professionally trained and hold either a Blue or Green Badge awarded by the Institute of Tourist Guiding and are members of the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides. Explore the city and discover Cavendish Laboratory. Here, atoms were split, particles were discovered and DNA was resolved, among other important scientific discoveries. Also, visit the grand Senate House and the Corpus Clock (locally known as the Grasshopper Clock) with it’s intriguing symbolism. A tour of Cambridge wouldn’t be complete without passing some of the university colleges. Pass by Corpus Christi College, King’s, Gonville & Caius and Trinity.

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What people are saying about East of England

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4.4 / 5

based on 62 reviews

Great activity. The tour was very pleasant. Even though I understand the guide was involved feeding us with comments and anecdotes, we'd have appreciated some quiet time to enjoy the calm and beauty that can only be experimented fom the canal. Maybe not trying so hard and overwarming tourists with numerous Historical dates and names? Still deeply recommended. Thanks :)

Fabulous punting trip with a very knowledgeable young guide who spoke very eloquently about the colleges and bridges we passed. My recommendation would be to avoid the huge punting operator and use one of the much smaller ones such as Scholars Punting Cambridge, who provide a more personalised service.

Great way to spend an evening in Cambridge. We took a family member who was visiting from the US and we all thoroughly enjoyed the ride. Go during sunset- less crowded on the river and beautiful lighting!

Excellent 45 minute tour of the river with college on both sides. Our guide gave a useful overview of the colleges as well as some good insights into their histories. Extremely enjoyable overall !

Great guide. Very knowledgable, informative and with a good sense of humour