Witness exquisite architecture and verdant public spaces on this hop-on hop-off Cambridge sightseeing bus tour. With your 24-hour pass, relax for the hour-long full tour, or design a personalized itinerary with 16 possible stops with easy access to Trinity College, King’s College Chapel, The Backs and more. Enjoy unobstructed views from the open-air viewing deck and fun onboard commentary as you savor this medieval university town.
With your 24- hour ticket, see the best of Cambridge by bus with lively audio commentary offering fascinating snippets of local history. Hop aboard the bus at any of the route’s 16 stops (full itinerary listed below) and enjoy the flexibility of choosing your own program, pace and tour duration.
Grab a comfortable seat in either the indoor or open-air seating section and take in the sights along the full route (approximately 1.5 hours long). Sit through the entire loop, or hop off at any stop check out the landmarks – another bus will be along in 20-40 minutes (depending on the season).
Visit Isaac Newton’s famous apple tree, marvel at the extraordinary Gothic design of King’s College Chapel and soak up the prestige of Trinity College. Between stops, wander through university courtyards and explore The Backs, the postcard-worthy college gardens that line the River Cam.
Disembark at any stop along the route to end your tour. Easy!
It was a pleasant experience. Driver was very nice and helpful.
I really enjoyed this hop-on hop-off tour. It helped me get the layout of the city before I went and explored on my own.
We enjoyed the bus in Cambridge. The stops were easy to find and the audio was clear. It was a very chilly day so the tour made it easier to deal with the weather.
A woinderful overview of Cambridge. Make the loop first and decide which things you would like to "Hop Off" and see the second time around. Lots of informative commentary. Definately priced right.
You should take this hop on hop off bus tour in Cambridge if you are for a day trip short on time and do not have own transport and are reaching Cambridge by Rail. Unlike Oxford, the railway station in Cambridge is a bit away from the city centre.
The bus tour itself is good and comes with pre-recorded guide in english and some other languages.
You may first get down on the nearest stop on river Cam to book a punting experience note you do get a li'l discount if you purchase tickets on the bus. Punting, IMHO, is the best experience on a day trip to Cambridge and should not be missed.
Other attractions in Cambridge could be the Museum and the college/university campusses, obviously depending your interest, pace and time.
The tour information was excellent and the trip around Cambridge was fun and enjoyable. Would definitely recommend. Only downside was that our tickets stated that the buses stop running around 4.30pm, which was really early for the hop on hop off experience as we were doing a day trip. So do check!
Tour was great, very informative. There was a problem with one of the buses - one side of the bus could not be used as the plugs for the commentery were not working.
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