When I visit places, I enjoy photographing the area more than visiting museums and partaking in typical"tourist" activities. Are there any special or in-particular views to capture? Also, are their any high-up areas that are freely accessible to capture the city looking down onto it? Rooftops, bell towers etc.
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The view Alan suggests is the "classic" one across to King's College Chapel. Clare college Fellows' Garden. It's beautiful and can't be seen from anywhere else unless you go in. Also once you've entered Clare college there are nice views from the river bank there and from Clare bridge towards King's in one direction and Garret Hostel Lane in the other. Edward's Passage or the tower of Great St. Take your pick of any of them really, but it might be worth going for some of the lesser known ones like Sidney Sussex, Emmanuel or Corpus Christi.
Lots of alleyways that can create beguiling views if you get the angle and light right. For the cheapest rooftop view go to the top of the Grand Arcade car park!! Its free and 6 stories up, which is failry high by Cambridge standards. For a quirky photographic angle, walk downstream from Magdalene Street punt station, once you get past Jesus Green Lock you start to see house boats on the near bank, and the college boathouses on the far bank. The houseboats come in all shapes, sizes and states of repair. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
I have a proper soft spot for Cambridge and not just because it used to be home or even because Yaya studied there. Now, Cambridge is special for a lot of reasons but what I feel makes this English city truly incredible is it long, rich history and incredible buildings all across the city that are absolutely awe-inspiring to see.
When you do decide to visit and you really should here are some of the best things to do in Cambridge. Best of all, you can pop onto a punt and explore the city.
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Fondly known as the Mathematical Bridge the official name is the Wooden Bridge , this bridge is possibly one of the most famous wooden bridges in Southern England. Fitzbillies is one of my favourite spots for brunch. Make sure to visit the Corpus Clock for a fleeting visit. After strolling around the cobbled street, make sure to pop over to Market Square with its independent traders and craft stalls. All made locally, of course. Head inside, see the church and take a look at the gorgeous building. Be warned, we climbed the stone tower when the bells were ringing and the whole tower was shaking as the bells went off not like crazily so but enough that you could feel it!
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