Visitors that have travelled a long distance may want to take in a little more of
what East Anglia has to offer. If this is the case then a must see will be the famous
historic university City of Cambridge. Famous world wide, some of the views along
the backs, are internationally recognised. Only about 1¼ hour journey (approx. 70
miles) from Norwich on the A11/A14, come off at J35 (A1303), signposted to Airport,
then take the Newmarket Rd Park & Ride bus directly into the city centre from opposite
Walk along the river, or better still hire a punt to see the more famous of the 31
colleges, King’s college (famous for it’s chapel and choir at Christmas, Trinity
college, where Sir Isaac Newton, and many other famous people (including prince Charles)
studied, St John’s College, and the Round Church (one of only 4 in the country).
Alternatively, the open-top bus tour does the whole of Cambridge on a whistle-stop
excursion. A day out in Cambridge will guarantee to make you want to visit for longer.
King's College, Cambridge
Hunstanton and the North Norfolk Coast
The only seaside Resort on the East Coast, that actually faces