Getting around and about Cambridge is easy peasy, there are lots of great methods to be able to travel around the city and to the outskirts. Of course you can take the preferred Cambridge method of travel and the Things To Do In Cambridge team highly recommend bike hire to wizz about the city of cycles.
For general information about getting around and about Cambridge and with travel guides and timetables you can visit Cambridge Visitor Information Center https://www.visitcambridge.org/visitor-information/visitor-information-centre
Rutland Cycling https://www.rutlandcycling.com/pages/rutland-cycling-cambridge-station.aspx, https://www.rutlandcycling.com/pages/rutland-cycling-grand-arcade.aspx
Cambridge Park and Ride http://cambridgeparkandride.info/
Drive and leave your car on the outskirts of the city and jump on the bus and ride into town – less stressful than parking in the city center and buses run very regularly.
Guided Busway http://www.thebusway.info/
Buses run on the old railway line that once connected Cambridge to St Ives. It now runs right through to Huntingdon, stopping at villages along the way and passing through attractive countryside. Very regular service.
The main Cambridge Bus Station is in Drummer Street and runs a comprehensive service to many destinations.
There are many car parks dotted around the city, but they are expensive so be warned, if you are coming into the city for the day you may be better off using one of the other methods mentioned to leave your car.
Queen Ann Terrace
Cambridge University Park and Cycle
There are two stations coming into Cambridge to help you travel around and about Cambridge.
City Sightseeing Hop on Hop Off Bus
19 stops throughout the city to aid your sightseeing travel around and about Cambridge. Runs from 10.10 am until 5.10 pm (Summer) 3.40 pm (Winter), the buses run every 20 minutes and a complete loop takes 80 minutes, it runs all year round and is available in 9 languages. A Things To Do In Cambridge must…a great way to see all the sights.