One-/two-hour cruises £6/12, with the option of including lunch or a cream tea. Tailor-made tours possible.
This tranquil 15th-century college was once a nunnery of St Radegund before the Bishop of Ely, John Alcock, expelled the nuns for...
Originally a Benedictine hostel, riverside Magdalene has the dubious honour of being the last college to allow women students; when they...
This friendly, locally popular traditional pub has hit a winning formula: serve a good selection of real ales, not forgetting...
Hidden away amid a row of Victorian terraced housing is this slightly odd, yet outstanding restaurant. It's an intimate kind of place,...
Lonely Planet review
The best spot in town to catch a gig and see the pick of up-and-coming bands, the Portland is a popular student haunt and music venue. Its wood-panelled interior and spacious terrace make it a good bet any day of the week, and there’s a monthly comedy night as well.