How to get to Cambridge
There are a wealth of routes into and around Cambridge. Why not travel:
On Park and Ride – Park in one of the 5 car parks spread across the main radial routes into Cambridge and catch the bus into the city centre. Fares start at £3 per person and 3 children under 16 travel free with each fare paying passenger. Parking is £1 per car for up to 18 hours. For more information click here
By Bus – Getting into the heart of the city centre by bus is easy – many of the routes within the city centre operate on a 10 minutes frequency and to those places a bit further afield 20 or 30 minute frequencies are common place. Full details of all bus services and other local routes are available here.
The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway provides reliable, fast and frequent connections between Cambridge, St Ives, Huntingdon and beyond. For more information click here
By Car – Cambridge has five centrally located multi-storey car parks and three surface car parks that provide parking right in the heart of the City. The multi-storey car parks are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and operate on a pay on foot basis. For further information please click here
Working together Cambridge City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council have teamed up to introduce the RingGo cashless mobile phone parking payment service from 1 July.
By Bike – If you fancy taking to two wheels you certainly won’t be alone in Cambridge. Details of cycle park locations and the best routes around the city are available here
By Foot – Cambridge is a fantastic city to explore on foot because it is relatively compact. To plan your journey, visit our dedicated Cambridge route planner.
There are many way of getting into and around Cambridge – for more information have a look at our Transport Guide.