Book Heathrow to Cambridge taxi services with Jewels Airport Transfers. We not only provide taxi services from Heathrow to Cambridge but also from Cambridge to Heathrow any terminals and all other UK airports. Get Instant online quotes by visiting our website. You have to enter the postal code or name of the pickup location and drop location in the boxes and click on the quote me button. You can also get the quote by calling our 24/7 call center. They will email you the details along with a secured payment gateway link through which you can make the payments. We accept all major debit and credit cards. The prices are competitive and fair and fixed.
Once the payment is made you will get an email with the booking details. Post this you will receive another email with driver contact details once assigned. We request you to share the flight details with at the time of the booking so that we can track on the flight arrivals. We don’t charge extra for the flight delays. Our aim is to provide you will reliable, punctual and exemplary service at competitive prices. We are committed towards continuous improvement by taking feedback from each and every client at the end of the journey.
To avoid the hassle of coordinating with the driver, avail our meet and greet services to have our driver meet you at the airport arrival hall with the passenger name board or company name board to pick you up. Again, a taxi from Heathrow to Cambridge is the best way to travel avoiding delays via other modes of transport. Ideal for families and students alike, this city has a lot of knowledge-tourism to offer.
Think Cambridge, think education, think universities. Some of the biggest thinkers have emerged from this town, Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking and Sir Isaac Newton (who was also a former alumni) just to name a few. Cambridge is located about 1 and a half hours and 68.6 mi away from London Heathrow. Transport yourself from Heathrow to Cambridge or back in comfort and reliance with Jewels Airport Transfers.
Cambridge is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England. It is situated on the river cam and approximately 50 miles north of London. At the united kingdom census 2011, it had a population of 123867, including 24507 students. Cambridge became an important trading center during Roman and Viking ages. There are traces and archeological evidence in the area of settlement dating back to the bronze age. The first town charter was granted in the 12th century, although the modern city status was granted only in 1951.
Cambridge is the home of world-renowned University of Cambridge, which was founded in the year 1209. The university includes King’s college chapel, Cavendish laboratory, and the Cambridge University library, one of the largest legal deposit libraries in the world.
Cambridge University is one of the oldest universities (in fact third-oldest) in the world, established somewhere in the early 12th – 13th Century. It is still ranked as one of the top 5 universities of the world. The university consists of cultural museums, art museums and science museums. A tour of the historical colleges can be taken with appropriate accesses in a time span of at least two hours. Now, 31 colleges and 100 departments will take that much isn’t it? In the midst of the city is the botanical gardens spread out to about 40 acres. This was founded around 1850 and is still very well taken care of. There is also a garden cafe, which provides fresh and temptingly palatable food. It is a free entry at the Fitzwilliam Museum. It displays ancient paintings, sculptures and pottery truly transporting you back in time. Whilst you are in Cambridge do visit the River Cam, also called The Backs.
Cambridge, being one of the most popular tourist destinations, it is not surprising to find some of the best hotels concentrated there. The Varsity Hotel and Spa is an obvious choice of luxury hotel, located in the centre. The rooms are spacious with huge views of the city through massive windows. There is also a terrace and each of the rooms is named after each one of the colleges in Cambridge. Now, that’s different. Then there’s the Double Tree Hilton Hotel. This is located on the banks of the River Cam and has a riverside restaurant that offers really great food. Located about 2 mi away from the Cambridge City Centre is Holiday Inn Express Cambridge.
PLACES TO STAY, EAT AND THINGS TO DO NEAR CAMBRIDGE