Getting here and getting around!
Getting to and around Cambridgeshire couldn't be easier.
Birmingham Airport is approximately a 2 hour drive from Cambridge city centre depending on the route you take. Alternatively, you can hop on a train to Birmingham city centre where the airport is a 10 minute train ride away.
Camboats offer timetabled public round trips with a unique view of Cambridge city and beyond. Several packages are available including the fabulous cream tea cruise and the tasty fish and chips cruise.
Cambridge Bike Tours
Cambridge Bike Tours are the only company who runs bike tour of Cambridge that takes you along the river to see the college boathouses, the University Real Tennis Club and the best spot in town to photograph Kings College Chapel.
Cambridge Cycle Hire
Cambridge Cycle Hire offer the complete bicycle hire service established in Cambridge for 35 years. The shop offers mountain bikes and tandems, along with full service and repairs. Ring for more information.
Cambridge Railway Station
Cambridge Railway Station is about a 20-minute walk from Cambridge city centre. There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street through to Cambridge station.
CamCab Taxis is the fastest growing taxi company in Cambridge. The company provides a service that puts safety, reliability and good value first. The company takes as many environmentally-friendly options as possible.
City Cycle Hire
City Cycle Hire make using a bike in Cambridge easy, affordable and convenient with all of its years of experience. All of the bikes here have been carefully put together with comfort and reliability in mind.
Hardwich International Port
Located just 67 miles South-East of Cambridge, it is possible to sail into Hardwich International Port from the Hook of Holland and Esbjerg. Excellent road and rail links makes Cambridge easily accessible from the port.
Discover the city of Cambridge by bike on one of Kingsway Cycles’ hire bikes with lights and lock included in the highly competitive prices. Longterm hire is also available if you head into the store in Cambridge city centre.
London Heathrow Airport
London Heathrow Airport is a major international airport in West London. It’s the busiest airport in the United Kingdom and the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic with five easily accessible terminals.
National Express operates coach services to Cambridge from major towns and cities throughout the UK. There are frequent coach services from both Central London, and London Stansted Airport through to the city.
Nene Valley Railway
As both a living heritage railway, which is tended to by its loyal band of volunteers, and a thriving attraction for the public to enjoy all year round, Nene Valley Railway offers the chance to experience the thrill of riding a steam engine
Panther Taxis are a familiar sight on Cambridge’s roads. Renowned for their outstanding customer service, the company offers customers an unrivalled average pick up time of up to 10 minutes within the city of Cambridge.
Stagecoach runs safe, reliable, clean, punctual and comfortable local bus services through Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, including Cambridge and Peterborough. The majority of the fleet is fitted with Real Time Information.
Stansted Airport is the nearest international airport to Cambridge, located just 30 miles to the South of the city, with easy access by train, coach, or car (M11). The airport offers both national and international flights.
The Busway offers an innovative and frequent service from Huntingdon to the city centre including stops at the rail station. Park & Ride sites for this service can be found at St Ives, Longstanton and Trumpington.