In the United Kingdom, there exist many manners to save money when you book your train ticket to Cambridge. Here are more important hints and tips
to help you get the best fares for a train ticket.
The earlier you book your train to Cambridge, the less you pay. Advance tickets are released up to 3 months before, but be fast, the cheapest train tickets sell out fast. Book in early your rail ticket and save money.
Travel when it's quieter, during off-peak or super-off-peak; at these moments you pay less for trains to Cambridge. Choose to travel during weekends and during weekdays between 10:30 and 14:30 or after 20:00.
When going by train it's preferable to be flexible. The more flexible you are the greater chance you have of finding tickets to Cambridge at low prices.
If you own a railcard, your can get 1/3 off all rail fares to Cambridge. Several railcards are available, choose your: 16-25, Two together, Family and Friends, Senior, Disabled persons railcard.
Our last tip is to use our search engine to compare fares from all major rail operators to find the best price for your train ticket to Cambridge.
Here are examples of itineraries from the ten most popular departures cities to go to Cambridge by train. Find in the table below the key information for your next journey like travel time, distance between the two cities and the minimum price we found for a train ticket to Cambridge. You can also search for bus tickets to Cambridge
|Top journeys||Distance||Train duration||Lowest train ticket price|
|From Edinburgh to Cambridge||292 Miles||5h05m||From £150.30|
Best price found for train ticket to Cambridge for the next 180 days.
For example, if you decide to start your journey from the popular city of Edinburgh to get to Cambridge, your journey will take 5h05m to travel a distance of 292 miles. The lowest ticket price we find for this travel is from £150.30 for the next 180 days. Now let's choose your city of departure and launch a fare compare thank to our search engine and find quickly a cheap train tickets to Cambridge.
Cambridge located in England, is an important city with a population of around 128,488 inhabitants. Many travellers visit the city of Cambridge each year for its attractions, museums, events and its monuments in the city centre. It's easy to travel by train to Cambridge, and there are a lot of places to visit and a lot of activities to do. The city of Cambridge is well served by train, the main train station in the city is : Cambridge train station
As travel specialists, we know that organizing a trip and searching for all the information about a specific destination can take a lot of time. We aim to help you by recommending some things to do, whether you are coming for the weekend or for longer.
Each year, many people are going to Cambridge. If you are looking to discover one of the most popular place of the city, you have to visit Fitzwilliam Museum. If you have some time, we will also suggest you to visit Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Whipple Museum of the History Of Science to complete your visit.
Another interesting area that you can discover is King's College if you want to know more about the city.
Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences is also a place that we will suggest you to visit if you have spare time during your stay.
Lastly, if you're still looking to find out more about Cambridge, Museum of Zoology can be the final stage of your visit. Even though travellers might not consider it as the most important place to visit, it will enable you to get a full picture of the city and its character.
||£22.00||15/08/2020||19:07||1 month ago|
(Waverley, city centre)
||£150.30||28/08/2020||12:00||2 months ago|
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