Cambridgeshire Quick Facts & Figures

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Cambridgeshire is located in the East of England, conveniently close to both the Midlands region and the London and South East region. Prominent towns in the area include the historic city of Cambridge, Ely, Peterborough and St Ives.

Cambridgeshire includes its most famous city Cambridge, well known for Cambridge University, the compact city includes a number of attractions, further out in the Cambridgeshire countryside visitors can see the best of the English countryside and a number of charming small towns and villages. Local attractions for visitors to explore include Cambridge University & colleges including Trinity College, Primavera, Fitzwilliam Museum, Peterborough Cathedral, Oliver Cromwell's House and Ely Cathedral. There are a number of historic buildings, castles, museums and galleries for visitors to explore in the area.

The area is host to a number of local festivals, shows, fairs and concerts throughout the year


Cambridgeshire Quick Facts

Population: 789,600

Region: East of England

Area total: 3,389 sq km

Languages: English

Dialling Code: 01223 (Cambridge), 01353 (Ely), 01733 (Peterborough).

Postcode Area CB1-5 (Cambridge), CB6-7 (Ely), PE (Peterborough).

Closest Airports: London Stansted Airport, London Luton Airport & London City Airport.

Local Food: College Pudding, Cambridge Burnt Cream, Celery Baked in Cream and Huntingdon Fidget Pie.

Nearest Towns & Cities: Cambridge, Ely, Peterborough, Huntingdon , St Ives and St Neots.

Famous Attractions: Cambridge University & colleges including Trinity College, Primavera, Fitzwilliam Museum, Peterborough Cathedral, Oliver Cromwell's House and Ely Cathedral.





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