The modern country of Cambridgeshire is historically and archeologically rich and significant and a number of important archeological and paleontological discoveries have been made in Cambridgeshire in the course of history. You can discover majestic cathedrals, quaint and idyllic English villages, trekking, walking and cycle tours in Cambridgeshire and also find the latest designs and high fashion in the market places and shopping centers. There are also exquisite boutiques that make bespoke items, made to your exact specifications.
10 Best Places to Visit in Cambridgeshire, England
1. Saint Peter’s Cathedral
Saint Peter’s Cathedral or Peterborough Cathedral is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Peterborough and is dedicated to three Christian apostles, namely St Peter, St Andrew and St Paul. The building encapsulates the Norman style of Gothic architecture beautifully as it was rebuilt in the 12th century, A.D. despite its foundations being laid much earlier during the Anglo-Saxon period. It is known for its imposing façade and arches and is one of the major attractions in Cambridgeshire.