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...
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....
Chef Daniel’s mother has taught him the secrets of Hakka cooking and once you’ve tasted his signature salt and chilli chicken, you’ll be...
Lonely Planet review
Hidden away amid a row of Victorian terraced housing is this slightly odd, yet outstanding restaurant. It's an intimate kind of place, with a hushed atmosphere and old-school decor, where diners chose from a delicate set menu. Dishes are of the highest standard and the wine list is impressive. Book ahead.