With summer right around the corner, families and tourists from around the country will be heading to Cambridge to take advantage of the beautiful scenery, historic attractions and incredible architecture.
Whether you’re looking for outdoor activities or luxury restaurants in Cambridge, the Tamburlaine Hotel is situated close to plenty of fun and interesting places. After a wonderful session of Tamburlaine afternoon tea, be sure to check out some of these wonderful spots for Warm Weather in Cambridge This Season.
If you’re hoping to spend an afternoon relaxing in the sun, Jesus Green is a great spot for the whole family. As one of the largest open green spaces in Cambridge, it is a popular place for students and families to hang out when the sun is shining. There is plenty of space for the little ones to run around and play while you sit and relax in the shade and read your favourite book. The communal environment makes Jesus Green a really warm and welcoming place so be sure to head over there and spend the day chilling out in the sun.
Cambridge University Botanic Gardens
Escape into a beautiful world of nature and discover all kinds of weird and wonderful plants at Cambridge’s Botanic Gardens. As part of the university’s science department, the gardens provide a place of study and discovery for students and a magical oasis for tourists and visitors. As you make your way around the grounds, you’ll discover tropical trees, wildflowers and a huge range of herbs that have been cultivated by expert researchers. This is a great chance to learn something new and make the most of the warm weather.
River Cam walk
No holiday to Cambridge would be complete without taking a trip alongside the gorgeous River Cam. The river is the largest waterway in Cambridge and runs straight through the heart of the city. Whether you’re travelling with the whole family or you’re on a couple’s getaway with your partner, there is plenty to see on a sun-soaked stroll along the banks of the river. Set off from the Tamburlaine Hotel and discover incredible sights like the Mathematical Bridge, Trinity College and the Bridge of Sighs. Be sure to take your camera along and snap some great holiday photos.
If you want to make the most of your time in Cambridge and see as much of the city as you can, swap out two feet for two wheels and explore the area on a bicycle. There’s nothing more fun that whizzing down country lanes and feeling the wind in your hair as the sun shines down. Whether you plan on bringing your own bikes or you need to rent one, you’ll find plenty of great routes that allow you to see the beautiful sights of Cambridge while getting some exercise and having fun. Try starting your journey at the River Cam and see where you end up.