The Best Greeneries in Cambridge To See Spring Flowers
As winter comes to an end and the sun begins to shine, the spring flowers will slowly start to appear around the country and there’s no better place to see them than the beautiful and historic city of Cambridge.
If you’re the type of person who enjoys a steady stroll alongside a river before enjoying a nice cup of afternoon tea, Cambridge is the place to be. To help you find the best beautiful spring flowers near the Tamburlaine Hotel, we’ve put together this handy guide.
Jesus Green, Cambridge
If you’re looking for a bustling open space where you can really get a feel for the culture of Cambridge, head over to Jesus Green where you’ll find one of the largest open public spaces in the city. As you stroll along the grass, you’ll come across plenty of trees where you can seek shelter from the sun and read your favourite book in the shade. Jesus Green is a popular spot for students and families with picnics. The ground is very well-kept which makes it an ideal place if you’re bringing the kids along to the Tamburlaine Hotel.
Parker’s Piec, Cambridge
Nestled in the heart of the city, Parker’s Piece is one of the smaller commons in the city which is why it often gets overlooked by holidaymakers and tourists. However, if you’re looking for a private little getaway to admire the flowers of spring and spend some quiet reflection time in the sun, there’s no place better. If you’re hoping to get a little more active and work up a sweat, the flat grassy field is also a perfect spot to play your favourite sport. Bring along a ball and some friends and get a game going.
Midsummer Common, Cambridge
Get closer to nature and find yourself lost in the heart of Cambridge as you explore this beautiful greenery. Midsummer Common is home to all kinds of trees, wildflowers and other plant life. If you like to document or draw plants and wildlife, you’ll find plenty of beautiful specimens to add to your collection. The common is also hosts the annual Midsummer Fair which is one of the oldest in the country so be sure to check that out if you’re planning to visit the Tamburlaine Hotel during the end of June.
The Backs, Queen’s Road, London
The area known as the backs is a quaint spot alongside the beautiful River Cam where some of the city’s iconic university colleges merge. As you make your way alongside the river, not only will you discover the gorgeous sites of spring but you’ll also get a chance to explore the grounds of the University of Cambridge and experience its rich history. Be sure to take your camera along with you on this walk as the Backs is packed full of incredible photo opportunities that you won’t want to miss out on.