March Recommendations – Visit Cambridge, Eat, Drink!

March is definitely the time when the City of Cambridge wakes up from its winter sleep.

With the weather getting brighter and warmer, we collected the top 10 March Recommendations in Cambridge; famous sights and good places to eat.

1. Let’s Go Punting

Enjoy the last month of our low-season rates while gliding along the River Cam. In fact, we do offer special tours for the 22nd of this month: Mother’s Day!

2. King’s College & King’s College Chapel

Although you get a really good view of these spectacular buildings while punting with us, it’s worth to take a visit inside.

3.  Visit the Parks

Luckily, Cambridge has a lot of lovely green areas to offer, such as Jesus Green and Parker’s Piece.

4. Cambridge Wine Merchants

If you are looking for quality wines and delicious nibbles, this place is perfect for you. In addition, they offer the finest bottles of wine and bubbly for take-away, so you can grab something nice before your punting tour to enjoy on the river!

5. Fitzwilliam Museum

From antiquity to the present day, the Fitzwilliam houses a world-renowned collection of over half a million beautiful works of art, masterpiece paintings and historical artefacts. In fact, they are free to visit for all.

6. The Cambridge Gin Laboratory

If you love to learn about beverages, this is a perfect place to visit. Owned and operated by the world-famous Cambridge Distillery, the Gin Lab contains a beautifully well-appointed classroom, shop, tasting lounge and private hire room.

7. Galleria Restaurant

Fancy having lunch on a balcony above the River Cam? Galleria offers the perfect backdrop to an unparalleled culinary trip through their delicious dishes, desserts and cocktails.

8. The Mathematical Bridge

The Wooden Bridge, or the so-called ‘Mathematical Bridge’ is the popular footbridge just near Queen’s College. If you are punting with us, you can’t miss it!

9. Bridges Cambridge

This little gem offers a wide selection of food and drinks, such as croissants and pastries for breakfast, Italian coffee, baguettes, soups and Chinese food.

10. Great St Mary’s Church

St Mary the Great is a Church of England parish and university church at the north end of King’s Parade. You can climb up to the top to take the best shots of Cambs!

We hope you enjoyed this blog post & that we gave you some great recommendations. Have fun!

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