Welcome to Cambridge Online, Cambridge's largest city guide. Spread over five huge websites, Cambridge Online features over 5000 shop listings, over 25,000 user reviews of local shops and venues, a Web directory with 4000 Cambridge websites, dedicated restaurant and pub guides and a local matchmaking service.
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Visit Cambridge Online's sister website - Cambridge Directory - which lists thousands websites relevant to Cambridge.
The Cambridge Restaurants website provides contact details for hundreds of Cambridge restaurants organised by type of cuisine. The site features hundreds of restaurant reviews by locals. Why not add a review of your favourite restaurant?
The Cambridge Pubs website lists virtually every pub and bar in Cambridge organised by street location. The site featured hundreds of reviews of pubs and bars submitted by local people. Why not write review your favourite pub yourself?
Cambridge Dating is a fun local dating service with several thousand members. If you are looking for love, romance, or friendship in Cambridge, join now - membership is completely free.
The official website of the world-renowned University of Cambridge. The main university website links to the individual college, faculty and department websites.
A fully searchable directory of literally thousands of Cambridge websites organised into topical categories. New sites are being added all the time.
Practically every shop in Cambridge is listed. Over 5000 shops spanning the city centre and surrounding area. Shops can be listed by category, by street or alphabetically.
Hundreds of Cambridge streets, roads and areas listed alphabetically. Each street has its own page which lists all the resident shops and venues.
Listing approximately 5000 local businesses. These listings provide name, address, phone number and reviews. If you are looking for a local business website, try the Cambridge Directory instead.
Explore Cambridge Online's local listings, over 5000 shops, restaurants and traders across Cambridge and the surrounding area. These listings provide name, address and phone details. For website listings use the Cambridge Directory.
CSE, the publisher of Cambridge Online, also operates a number of other city guides for some of the UK's favourite tourist destinations and major metropolitan areas. Whether you are planning a holiday or just fancy a virtual walkthrough, we welcome you to check out our other guides:
London is less than an hour away from Cambridge by train and is home to hundreds of stunning attractions, magical theatres and stunning art exhibitions. London Online is a guide to London featuring thousands of articles on the capital, a concise restaurants guide and an events guide.
Oxford, home of the University of Cambridge's longterm rival the University of Oxford, is just a couple of hours drive from Cambridge (approx 80 miles) and has many similarities to Cambridge and equally striking architecture. Find out more at Oxford Online.
Norwich is only about 60 miles away from Cambridge, accessible by the A11. Find out more about Norfolk's county town at Norwich Online. Peterborough is about 35 miles from Cambridge, accessible by the A14. See Peterborough Online.
Birmingham is just under 100 miles away from Cambridge via the A14 / M6. Known as the jewel of the West Midlands, Birmingham is Britain's second largest city and has excellent shopping facilities, attracting over 20 million visitors each year. Visit Birmingham Online.
Bristol is about 3 hours away from Cambridge by car and is an excellent base from which to visit the beautiful South West England. Bristol is the largest city in South West England and its most popular tourist destination with world-class attractions, museums, and historic architecture . Visit the Bristol website.
Yorkshire is two to three hours away from Cambridge by train depending on whether you change at Stevenage or Peterborough. For essential local information on the Leeds metropolitan area check out Leeds Online. For our Bradford city guide see Bradford Online. For a guide to the historic city of York, please visit York Online.
Scotland has never been more accessible, with regular flights and trains throughout the day. The GNER (rail) route takes about around 5 hours from Cambridge to Edinburgh. For a guide to Edinburgh see Edinburgh Online, which has articles on the Scottish capital and lists most shops in Edinburgh. For a guide to Glasgow, Scotland's most populous city, see Glasgow Online. For Aberdeen, Scotland's third city see Aberdeen Online.